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Why mentors should not impose their will on the entrepreneur

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Why mentors should not impose their will on the entrepreneur

Why mentors should not impose their will on the entrepreneur
Why mentors should not impose their will on the entrepreneur

Peter Cowley is a tech entrepreneur, angel investor (invested in 65 early stage companies) and speaker based in Cambridge, United Kingdom. He is Investment Director at Martlet, the Corporate Angel division of Marshall of Cambridge and President of the European Business Angel Network (EBAN). He is the author of the book ‘The invested investor’, which speaks about angel investing and mentorship.

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Mentor driven capital

COURSE SUMMARY

Through mentoring, business angels offer more than just money. ‘Mentor-driven capital’ is the approach to creating value for startups by sharing the knowledge, experience and network you’ve built during your career, while also maximizing the return on your investments.

Take advantage of the first dedicated training program designed for African business professionals keen to guide Africa’s up and coming entrepreneurs to success. Angel investing is of course about providing early-stage companies with investment capital, but the expertise and network that you, as…

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