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Angel Camp Session 3, November 20, 2015

The first specialized angel investor training program in China, “Angel Growth Camp,” is set to commence on June 6th in Beijing, offering a one-year training course for 40 inaugural participants.

The program is structured into three progressive stages: foundational knowledge training, interactive and project-based learning, and mentorship experience sharing. It covers specific training across three dimensions: strategy, philosophy, and technique, including topics like early-stage investment legalities, finance, tax, national policy analysis; entrepreneurial behavior analysis; drafting key investment agreement clauses; and analysis of current hot investment fields.

Additionally, it will address main strategies for risk mitigation in angel investing, post-investment management, and new mechanisms such as syndicate investing.

Angel Camp Session 3, November 20, 2015

The mentor lineup for the first term includes notable investors and entrepreneurs such as Xu Xiaoping, Luo Zhuo, Lu Gang, Li Zhu, Li Hansheng, Zeng Jun, Li Songbo, Tong Weiliang, Tai Zhiqiang, Li Zhuojie, Kong Yi, Tao Ning, Lü Dalong, Fu Xinghua, Yang Zhiwei, Yang Ning, Qiao Qian, Wang Xiao, Mai Gang, Xu Chen, Wang Lijie, Wang Tong, Feng Yiming, Lan Ningyu, and Yang Xiaolei.

In terms of participant selection, “Angel Growth Camp” accepts recommendations from various sources during its recruitment process to ensure a diverse and extensive pool of students, taking into account multiple factors such as investment ability, willingness, value orientation, risk tolerance, and availability for course participation.

Angel Camp Session 3, November 20, 2015

The angel investment industry in China is notably concentrated in specific sectors with the internet, mobile internet, and IT being the most favored by Chinese angel investors. Since 2008, these sectors have accounted for 34%, 20%, and 18% of investment cases, with investment amounts of 1.51 billion, 590 million, and 530 million RMB, respectively.

Data from 2008 to 2013 indicates that most angel investments were concentrated in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong, Zhejiang, and Jiangsu, with these regions accounting for 78.8% of the number of investment cases and 87.0% of the total investment amount. Among them, Beijing’s angel investment totaled 1.84 billion RMB. (Ivan)

Angel Camp Session 3, November 20, 2015

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