âRudi attended the Return on Science Physical Science investment committee meeting. Very interesting including new tech in the service robotics space as illustrated in the above video.
It's a great way for FKAngels to find early IP prospects. This is where Ralf found StretchSense. Also good to learn from the more frequent ROS investment decisions and bring that insight back to our angelic decisions. ââ Talk to Rudi if you're interested.
This photo was taken at the StretchSense FPC#01 AGM that brought a lot of good news. Spot the 3.5 FKAngels above. Our investor rep Chris Sattler attend the AGM but did not fit on the lens. As it is now virtually impossible to get all 100+ SS staff on a single picture this photo was also reused in a recent post announcing that SS was the 7th fastest Kiwi growing company in 2017. This awesome team reckons to make #01 in 2018.
Itâs been a busy and rewarding year for the early stage investment community as we celebrate a decade of âdoing dealsâ. Gratifyingly we are also beginning to see some of the ventures we have backed achieve success with a number of recent exits.
FKAngel Tim Gelston is man of many talents, one of them being parties. So no wonder than that FKA's CCH picked on him to organise a White Water extravaganza after last year's muddy affair.
Tim will fix a date and other modalities to get back with more info next week. Thanks Tim, we all love you for it â£ï¸
After four sessions in Hamilton we had another four sessions on Thursday in Auckland. This mentor team consisted of Garth, Rudi, Tim and Uli.
For next week we have already bookings on Monday in Wellington, on Wednesday in Takapuna and on Thursday in Auckland.
We have a new poster design to advertise ADI.Clinic. We want to make sure that in 2018 everyone in the startup ecosystem knows about our ADI.Clinic venues and times so we can help founders early.