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Alan Weissberger

TiE Angels Update: 4 Companies Funded; 3 Companies Present Value Propositions at January 2011 Meeting

We have previously written about the significance of TiE Angels in light of the many start-ups today that are under the radar of the larger VC firms. (Early Stage Startups Get Wings from TiE Angels). TiE Angels was formed in the summer of 2010 as a platform for angel investors to work together to evaluate, […]

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Alan Weissberger

Web Start-up Bubble leaves Internet Infrastructure in the dust

This Saturday's Wall Street Journal article, Investors Get in a Lather Over Tech, implied there might be a bubble in privately-held tech start-ups.  Reading between the lines, I observed that the companies attracting the funding were actually web software companies, rather than Internet infrastructure of any sort  I believe that the bulk of private tech investments is going into start […]

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Early Stage Startups Get Wings from TiE Angels- Highlights of Nov 15th meeting

Introduction to TiE Angels With venture capital and private equity firms concentrating their investments on existing portfolio companies and unwilling to invest small amounts of seed capital, where does an emerging start-up company look for funding? Where can they express their value proposition to a serious group of individual investors? The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) has […]