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“Excellent program. The contacts I’ve made this week will certainly help launch my company to the next level. It’s hard to believe a program of this calibre is available in Thunder Bay. One of the most useful sessions I’ve ever attended – not a moment of wasted time”.
“I am quite serious when I say that it was the best seminar I have ever attended. The combination of the format, the quantiy/quality of the information and the calibre of the mentors/investors was outstanding. I would highly recommend this program to any entrepreneur”.
“The Becoming an Investor-Ready Program was just what I needed. It really provided me with the basic information to best organize my company going forward. I expect that with the information provided and hard work I will be ready to advance my company to the next level and be investor-ready”.
Northern Ontario Angels (NOA); a not for profit corporation that facilitates business deals between entrepreneurs and accredited angel investors, ranks 1st in Canada for the number of investments closed in 2015, it announced today. With 139 total deals completed, NOA has now achieved $50 million in investment capital flowed to Northern entrepreneurs. The National Angel […]
Original Article On Thursday, May 26, the first ever “RBC-NOA SSM Bear Pit” pitch event was held in Sault Ste. Marie at the Delta Waterfront Hotel. The event, similar to Dragon’s Den on television, was a pilot event which invited local technology startup companies to pitch their products and/or services to local angel investors as […]
Timmins and regional based business recently felt the spread of angels’ wings that have been sweeping across Northern Ontario. On April 7th, the Productivity and Innovation Centre (PIC) partnered with Northern Ontario Angels (NOA) turning Northern College’s Quill Lounge into their very own Dragons’ Den. Other Northern Ontarian cities have held such pitch events in […]