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June 07th 2012:Solving the Problem No One Else Can See: What Attracts a Venture Capitalist or Angel Investor?

Every aspiring entrepreneur dreams of attracting a venture capitalist or angel investor like this week’s guest, David Freschman, Managing Principal of Innovation Capital Advisors. David has guided 30+ portfolio firms to investment funding, financial stability, growth, and exit opportunities. An “old school VC with a new school edge,” he’ll share his unique perspective on what an early-stage investor looks for and why the most interesting entrepreneur is one who is “solving a problem that no one else can see.” He'll talk about the opportunities emerging from innovations in the payments industry

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David J. Freschman

Known as the voice of emerging business, David J. Freschman is one of the most highly regarded and influential venture capitalists and early-stage experts in the nation. With over 20 years of expertise in the venture and early stage businesses, David's work ranges from leadership positions to guiding 30+ portfolio companies to investment funding, financial stability, growth and exit opportunities. Presently, Freschman is the Managing Principal of Innovation Capital Advisors, LLC, (ICA), a management company for two leading Mid Atlantic based venture capital firms, Innovation Ventures LP and The Delaware innovation Fund. In addition, he is the founder and chairman of Early Stage East (-->
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