The Impact Angel Group is a network of angel investors equally dedicated to making a difference and realizing a return. The group applies best-of-breed practices to social impact investing and connects viable social entrepreneurs with financial, intellectual and human capital. The mission is to create social impact success stories for both entrepreneurs and investors. The group is a source of capital that exists to support the existing ecosystem and connect entrepreneurs and investors to the resources they need to succeed.
The Open Angel Forum (OAF) is dedicated to providing entrepreneurs with access to the angel investor community based solely on merit (and without fees). Additionally, we strive to build collaboration between angel investors and to inspire high-net worth individuals to become angels. Leading the Boulder chapter are none other than Brad Feld and David Cohen.
InvestorAvenue.com is a Colorado based business with nationwide reach. The company was founded by business veterans, investors, entrepreneurs, technologists, and advisors. Our mission is to provide a web based bulletin board portal for private equity investors, entrepreneurs and service professionals to interact efficiently. One of the realities of investing and raising capital is that it can be very time consuming, inefficient and expensive. To that end, the InvestorAvenue.com technology platform delivers a self-service portal that is accessible at your convenience.
Keiretsu Forum is the world’s largest angel investor network with 850 accredited investor members throughout twenty one chapters on three continents. Since Keiretsu Forum’s founding in 2000, its members have invested over $260m in companies in technology, consumer products, healthcare/life sciences, real estate and other segments with high growth potential. Forum members collaborate in the due diligence, but make individual investment decisions, with rounds in the range of $250k-$2m. Keiretsu Forum’s community is strengthened through education on angel investing, as well as charitable giving. Forum members have donated over $1m to over 100 non-profit organizations.