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Recently featured in the Spokane Journal of Business, SP3NW’s Rural Angel Investment Network (RAIN) is pouring out its programs this summer. Below are SP3NW’s three key initiatives for making it RAIN!

Help SP3NW drive forward its mission by taking a 2-minute survey.

SP3NW is conducting an anonymous research survey through its Rural Angel Investment Network (RAIN) program to assess the regional baseline knowledge about accredited and angel investing. If you haven’t already, you can take the survey here.

Take the RAIN Ecosystem Survey here.

Spend an hour with experienced angel investors to decide if the free Angel Investing Basics course is right for you.

Register for the free webinar here.

Angel investing used to just be for the rich, now 12% of people can be angel investors, providing much-needed capital to bring new companies to market.

Learn the basics of angel investing, how SP3NW’s grant-funded courses may benefit you and your community, and three reasons to consider angel investing as part of your well-balanced portfolio.

Join experienced angels Scott Maloney and Will Little for an hour on August 3rd at 5:30 p.m. to learn more!

Free Course: Angel Investing Basics

“There are angel conferences that are teaching funds, like Seattle Angel Conference, that have a learn-while-doing aspect, but that requires that people be willing to put in $1,000 for the training and $5,000 for the fund,” Michaele Armstrong, PhD, MBA told the SJB.

“For a lot of people, if they’re new to the idea, they’re not ready to invest yet, even if it is a training fund. The opportunity that we’re offering is to do that early learning for free.”

Continue your education with FREE access to the Ann and Bill Payne ACA Angel University’s “Angel Investing Basics” course. Topics covered include due diligence, risks, valuation, term sheet basics, and portfolio strategy. The weekly classes run from September 14 to October 19.

To learn more or register for the FREE Angel Investing Basics course, signup here.

Learn more about our program from this slide deck prepared by Program Manager Laurie Donnell.

Jessy has managed SP3NW's digital and print communications and outreach since December 2021. She took on meeting the communication needs of the spinoff initiative Evergreen BioScience Innovation in September 2022. She is also earning her Master's in Strategic Communication from Washington State University.

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