The 2010s was the decade of the Entrepreneur. The 2020s will be the decade of the Investor
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What to expect:
In my posts I tackle questions and topics about Angel Investing that are on my mind and might be on yours.
I am a Co-founder of the 9others entrepreneurs' network and an Angel Investor in some amazing startups.
Established in 2011, 9others has now grown to a network of over 4,500+ entrepreneurs in 45+ cities around the world. We meet over a meal and help each other solve the challenges that are keeping us up at night.
I have hosted a meal with 9others in London every month since December 2011.
I started getting ‘sweat equity’ from Nick Wheeler (founder of Charles Tyrwhitt) in some startups back in 2012 when he invested in entrepreneurial students who started startups.
In 2016 I raised two investment funds from a successful Malaysian entrepreneur who wanted to invest in great UK startups. The funds were fully deployed in 2017.
Later in 2017 I set-up the DMG Angel Investment Syndicate.
When I invest my own money into a startup I sometimes syndicate the opportunity.
My full portfolio is here and my focus is investing in Star Founders who are running Star Businesses.
Before all that, I worked in technology for RBS, The Bank of New York and others, studied Computer Science at Durham University and I have an MBA from Imperial College Business School.