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Call for Applications: Keiretsu Forum Angel Investor Network Announces May 1 Angel Capital Expo in Silicon Valley

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/06/14 -- Keiretsu Forum, the world's largest private equity angel investment network, announces its 18th bi-annual Angel Capital Expo on Thursday, May 1st, 2014 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Microsoft, 1065 La Avenida Street in Mountain View, California.

Angel Capital Expo is the premier gathering of angel investors and entrepreneurs seeking funding capital to grow their businesses. On May 1st more than 300 of the Bay Area's most active and respected angel investors will attend the Expo. View video from the November 21st, 2013 Angel Capital Expo.

"Our Angel Capital Expo provides a unique opportunity for collective collaboration in the world of angel investing," said Randy Williams, Founder and CEO of Keiretsu Forum. "We are proud to play a seminal role in the growth of start-up businesses and job creation at a local, national and international level."

Angel Capital Expo will feature a dozen presentations from early stage companies in technology, life sciences, consumer products, real estate, financial services, social ventures, and other segments with high growth potential. All presenters will be pre-screened by a select committee of Keiretsu Forum members. Each entrepreneur will make a 15-minute presentation and will be available for additional discussion and due diligence at their exhibitor booth throughout the day. Following the presentations, the attendees will vote and award the top three presenting companies the "Most Valued Company" award.

Apply to Present
Companies interested in presenting at the May 1st, 2014 Angel Capital Expo should contact Jenny Pater, Associate for Entrepreneur Services, at [email protected] or call +1 (415) 573-0752. On-line application is available at http://bit.ly/EXPOapp.

Register to Attend
Hosted by Keiretsu Forum, the Angel Capital Expo is the premier gathering of the angel capital community. Invitation to attend is extended only to accredited investors. On-line registration is available at http://may1angelexpo.eventbrite.com. For more information, contact Sonja Markova, Managing Director, at [email protected] or call +1 (415) 573-0751.

About Keiretsu Forum
Keiretsu Forum was founded in 2000 by Randy Williams in the San Francisco Bay Area. With 29 chapters and over 1,100 accredited investor members, Keiretsu Forum is the world's largest invite-only angel investor network. Keiretsu Forum members provide early stage capital in the range of $250k - 2 million in high quality, diverse investment opportunities and collaborate in the due-diligence, but make their own individual investment decisions. Through the Keiretsu Forum, more than $400 million of capital has been invested into technology, consumer products, Internet, healthcare, life sciences and real estate companies. For more information, visit www.keiretsuforum.com.

Disclaimer
KEIRETSU FORUM IS A FACILITATOR BRINGING TOGETHER INVESTORS AND EARLY STAGE COMPANIES OFFERING GENERALLY HIGH-RISK INVESTMENTS. KEIRETSU FORUM IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE PRESENTING COMPANIES AND DOES NOT ENDORSE, INVEST IN, ASSIST WITH INVESTMENT IN OR RECOMMEND ANY OF THE COMPANIES (OR THE SECURITIES OF SUCH COMPANIES) THAT MAY SEEK FUNDING THROUGH KEIRETSU FORUM MEMBERS, AND RECEIVES NO SUCCESS FEES OR OTHER COMPENSATION FOR ANY FUNDING THAT MAY OCCUR (ALTHOUGH KEIRETSU MEMBERS AND/OR VOLUNTEERS MAY HAVE AN ECONOMIC INTEREST OR AFFILIATION WITH PRESENTING COMPANIES WHICH KEIRETSU REQUIRES THEY DISCLOSE). ACCORDINGLY, ANY INFORMATION OR REPRESENTATIONS GIVEN OR MADE BY ANY PRESENTING COMPANIES MUST NOT BE RELIED UPON AS HAVING BEEN REVIEWED FOR ACCURACY OR AUTHORIZED BY KEIRETSU FORUM. ANY OFFERS TO, OR INVESTMENTS MADE, BY A MEMBER OF KEIRETSU FORUM WILL BE TO OR IN HIS, HER OR ITS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY AND NOT ON BEHALF OF KEIRETSU FORUM. CONSEQUENTLY, INVESTORS MUST CONDUCT THEIR OWN DUE DILIGENCE IN CONNECTION WITH ANY INVESTMENT IN COMPANIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LEGAL, TAX AND INVESTMENT ADVICE.

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