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Mon 4-6PMADI.Clinic Wanaka, ADI whip Charlie James
Tue 4-6PMADI.Clinic Whangarei, ADI whip Martin Knoche
Thu 4-6PMADI.Clinic Auckland, ADI whip Rudi Bublitz
The DD Vote on CEO Michal Abbott's pitch was overwhelmingly positive. With 23 YES votes of a total of 27 votes cast, Ralf has a strong remit from the 32 LPs to start diligence. He has the first volunteers, but still needs a hand or two. Please get in touch with Ralf if you can help.
When your founders call for a briefing with food and drink they either have good news or want more money. Mark is not shy and reckons he is good for both. More details here. Prospective investors welcome!
The new look and updated FKA website for your preview and feedback. CHH had to tone down a first version that the board felt was not sufficiently professional, so here now the third revision. Please let Rudi know if there are any amendments. His spelling and grammar is not always perfect, there are still some gaps. We then hope to switch this to our fka.nz domain next week.
NZVIF has accredited another angel group, and Ian Frame, the chair of Taranaki Investment Group Inc (TIGI), is all smiles. With such an acronym, FKAngels could not resist ascribing their Taranaki fellow angels a welcome mascot with best wishes for the way ahead and prosperous syndication.
Kevin Sheehy, health tech strategy consultant at Genulin Consulting Limited, invites you to a
roundtable meeting where industry experts will share their knowledge of the local investment
opportunities. Thu 21 Sep, 1300 to1730, ChCh, BNZ Centre. More ☞ here.
From a LinkedIn post: Ⓙenene: It really feels like we're on a roll. Ⓡudi: AwesomeJenene! Are you ever not on a roll? Ⓙ That's a bit cute. Thanks! Ⓡ Haha,Jenene. I can do not so cute too. Ⓙ OMG.
ADI.Clinic was a doddle this week. No bookings for Takapuna, only two for Auckland, then one a no-show. That gave LoJo's Michelle, Uli and Rudi plenty of time to talk and go for a drink from 5.