Blockchain and cryptocurrency…
New economy tech disrupting the world!
Is it just a hot topic clogging the digi-sphere?
Is there value in following this current trend?
What does it actually mean to the investment world? Knowledge is power, right? Right!
Perth Angels & Digital Capital Management combine forces with a panel of leading industry experts to demystify and debunk the buzz-word hype.
Investing in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency is the first event in the new Angel Investing Series that covers a range of new economy technologies throughout the year in various locations. Stay tuned for more information on our Series covering drones, automation, VR/AR, and artificial intelligence (AI).
Investors, business owners and/or individuals seeking to expand - this is a chance to gain high-level insight and quality intel. Join us on Wednesday, 28 March from 12:30pm.
Tickets available now and if you purchase three, the fourth is on us!
This special event forms part of the new Angel Investing Series. Whether you are a private investor looking at a new venture to seek returns for your investment portfolio, or a business owner looking to adapt new economy technologies to transform your business to scale and compete globally.
The Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Masterclass which will explore:
- The Tech with examples of successful ventures
- The Transformation Opportunity and impact on industry
- The Investment Opportunity and how to engage
In partnership with Digital Capital Management whom bring significant global experience and reach and provides a trusted familiar access point to Digital Currencies.
|Mr Greg Riebe
| Mr Ben Ritchie
Chief Operations Officer
| Mr Chadd Burgess
Moore Stephens WA is part of a national association of independent Practices and a trusted partner to businesses and organisations across the entire State. The Firm boasts a strong Corporate Advisory division with expertise across M&A, Capital Market, Valuations and Investment Advisory Services. They also have expertise in complex tax and superannuation, and more recently, launched EnterpriseFirst; a new business support division which delivers practical and diverse services to startups, early stage and SME businesses.
Angel Investing is an alternative investment class, and global practice, where experienced, successful business people seek entrepreneurs who are building early stage high growth ventures to apply their know-how, connections and capital to jointly build and share increased business value.
To develop this asset class in Western Australia, the Perth Angels runs education programs on global best practices to select, value, structure and manage early stage ventures for investment and exit.
The Angel Investing Series has been designed to share experiences with the private investor community in WA and develop skills and practices of Angel Investing in Early Stage high growth potential ventures.
The New Economy Technologies stream is focussed especially on sharing with private investors disciplined approaches to engage and 'make money' out of ventures that are adopting new economy technologies; those emerging technologies that can enable new business models, new modes of delivery and indeed help transform our existing businesses (our Small to Medium/Mid-Tier businesses as well; so not just start-ups,) to expand, export and compete globally.
The Series will cover Blockchain/Cryptocurrency, Artificial Intelligence, Drones, Augmented/Virtual Reality and Automation.
Keep an eye out for our next Angel Investing Masterclass on Drones in the new economy in May 2018!
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