We are very excited about the opportunity to share our proprietary platform with the ACA members and attendees” said E. Nicholas “Nick” Davis III, Founder and Managing Director of V+.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) March 05, 2012
The 2012 ACA Summit, hosted at Hilton Austin Hotel, Austin, TX will start tomorrow, March 6th. The Summit will serve as a networking and presentation series for investors preparing to advance efforts in specific industries, or learn more about the unique world of startups and emerging issues. During, the three day event attendees will be able to visit with VenturePLUS Capital Group (V+) and learn more about its proprietary Capital Protection Platform (“V+ Platform”); and, will hear from speakers such as Steve Felice, the President of Dell, and participate in a variety of formatted sessions, including presentations on public policy changes which impact early stage investing.
“We are very excited about the opportunity to share our proprietary platform with the ACA members and attendees” said E. Nicholas “Nick” Davis III, Founder and Managing Director of V+. “We believe that our platform, which protects investors against the loss of their investment in startup and early stage companies, can save this group of investors hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars annually.
The summit will include a full day showcase of one hour meetings full of cutting-edge ideas with thought leaders in venture capital and technology. Also, companies will be coming to share about emerging trends and ideation for investors to consider when looking into technology investment, including exit strategy and potential acquisition scenarios to consider. The agenda highlights interactive roundtables, breakout sessions for people focused on topics, such as, accelerators, or angel group sustainability. Attendees will let their hair down with the IgNoble Awards, when prizes are handed out for the funniest stories on their worst investments.
Proprietary Platform Assures Investment Protection and Return
“Without investors like the ACA members many of the most successful companies in our country’s history would have never gotten off the ground. We honored to have the opportunity to present our product and services to such an esteemed group of great minds” said Davis. “It truly is a unique opportunity for us to showcase our Capital Protection Platform to these angel and private investors which invest in high risk startups.”
Key highlights of the V+ Platform for investors include:
- Investment dollars in high opportunity, high risk companies are protected and will be returned to investors, regardless of target company performance;
- The target company and its investors are protected by Key Man life insurance;
- Liquidity is available to investors in private equity/debt deals after one year; and
- The “backstop” benefits are protected from all creditor claims.
About 2012 ACA Summit:
The annual conference of the Angel Capital Association provides information and opportunities for networking with many of the top angels and angel organizations in the country. The ACA Summit is currently the largest gathering of angel investors and angel groups in the world.
The Angel Capital Association (ACA) is the North American trade association of angel groups and private investors that invest in high growth, early-stage ventures. The Angel Capital Association provides professional development for angel groups, family offices and private investors, delivers services and benefits to support the success of ACA member portfolio companies and serves as the promotional voice for the North American angel community and the public policy voice for the US professional angel community. ACA's mission is to fuel the success of angel groups and private investors that invest in high growth, early-stage ventures.
About VenturePLUS Capital Group (V+):
V+ a specialty, niche-focused corporate finance, advisory firm. V+ provides its proprietary Investment Capital Protection Platform (V+ Platform) and its suite of strategic business and financial services to high net worth angel groups and small fund investors seeking to invest debt or equity capital into startup and early stage companies ranging anywhere from $100,000 to $15M.