Today’s episode is with a Singapore-based Dutch entrepreneur, Maaike Doyer who is the Founder and Managing Partner at Epic Angels.
Although she is not Asian (as I only feature Asian women entrepreneurs in Asia), I made the exception and invited her to be part of this special International Women’s Day 2-parter episode.
We get an insider look at what angel investing is about, how female startup founders in Asia can get funded via angel investing and how to get the attention of angel investors.
This is the first part of a two-part series.
The next episode is about how women can become angel investors and Maaike will debunk some of the myths about angel investing as well as invite you to be part of her angel investing network.
If you know any female startup founders who need to hear this episode, share this with them.
In this episode, Maaike talks about the cupcake test, the 2-minute test, what should be in your pitch deck and when you should be pitching to investors.
Maaike wants to democratize angel investing and make angel investing accessible, like getting a cup of coffee.
The Epic Angels network comprising female executives and operators wants to give women the confidence to invest, by learning about the investment process, and understanding how other women invest.
Get the full show notes at WomenpreneurAsia.com
This episode is sponsored by Redbox Studio.