Good morning, All, and an SOS member brought these guys to our attention – and they’re on David Lerner’s early stage investor map – yet. Good news: their focus is primarily on NYC and the surrounding NE and Mid-Atlantic area companies, in software, IT, Internet, tech-enabled services, business services, digital media, mobile and health care IT. Average investments are $100k-$500k. More info on their website: arcangelfund.com.

Read on: there’s an investor on the list who’s looking for startups to fund.

Next, Bootstrapper Summit is October 5, and they’re looking for startups who want to present to the angel and investors who will be there in the room. Here’s the link to apply: http://bit.ly/bRmhth. Yes, there are associated fees. Exact size of these fees depends on the stage of the company and the size of the proposed raise. BUT, do make sure to mention that you’re a StartupOneStop member for an additional 20% discount.

For investors and/or the rest of us who would like to attend, they’re giving us a 20% discount. The code is SOS when you register at http://bssv.eventbrite.com.

Startups ranging from Seed to Series B to private equity will be featured on BSS V. Tracks will include Digital Media, Learning Platforms, Digital Content and many others. Startups that don’t fit into one of these tracks will present on the Cool Startup & Special Situations Track. If your startup has a completed product or/and a management team with a serious track record, investors representing over $5B in capital are expected to attend BSS V. Alliance Bernstein, DFJ Gotham, First Mark Capital, Golden Seeds, Grand Banks Capital, Greenhill SAVP, Intel Capital, Metamorphic Ventures, New York Angels, RRE Ventures and Tri State Ventures are among investors who attended past Bootstrapper Summits.

My work here is done.


We hope you all enjoy your last full week of pre-Labor Day summer (we did say FULL week) and now, as always, help is on the way…

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