Join our Angel Investment Team meeting and mixer in Vancouver. Connect with other eFund investors, learn how we operate and participate in deal screening, due diligence and post investment management.
Meet with our investment team members and see which companies we are looking at for a potential investment.
This is a private meeting of eFund investors and their invited guests. If you want to learn more about how you can invest and join our team please email at firstname.lastname@example.org and take a look at our website to see our portfolio and how we invest.
4.00-5.00 Growing the eFund Portfolio (shareholders only)
The investment team reviews the deal funnel; due diligence in progress, new deals to look at, upcoming investor meetings to screen deals, post investment management updates.
5.00-5.30 eFund Overview (shareholders and their guests)
An overview of how we run eFund, from deal screening to due diligence, post investment management, and how you can get actively involved.
5.30 Continue Conversations over Drinks & Bites
Join us to continue the conversation over a drink across the road. All welcome.
eFund shareholders can also join the meeting via Zoom. Details have been shared via email.
Dates: We have pre-scheduled investor team meetings for Jan 22, Feb 26, Mar 25, Apr 22, May 20. Our Jun 24 meeting will be at the Jericho Tennis Club before our AGM.
Please email us at email@example.com to be added to the eFund Investment Team meeting invitations.
E-Fund was founded with the goal to achieve consistently higher returns and more exits from angel investments. By investing via teams, we are able to do more due diligence, leverage the industry expertise of our investors and provide post investment advice to the companies we invested in. As an E-Fund investor you invest in our portfolio of current and new angel investments.
E-Fund investors are encouraged and incentivized to participate in teams to do due diligence on potential investments, as well as post-investment mentoring and coaching. Those who participate receive performance-based compensation from exits in addition to their return as a shareholder in the fund.