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Hyper Wear raises $1M from investors (In the News)
[6/8/2011]
Austin Business Journal, Hyper Wear has received funding from the Baylor Angel Network, which is an investor network providing early stage capital to entrepreneurs. -- Austin-based fitness products maker Hyper Wear Inc. raised $1 million from investors, a press release said on Tuesday.
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Angel Conference Shares Tips With Entrepreneurs (In the News)
[2/17/2011]
Dallas Morning News, The Angel Network, part of Baylor's business school, is a group of wealthy individuals who invest their money in promising ideas or young companies. -- Entrepreneurial partners Alan Adkins and Tony Shidid attended an angel investment conference to learn more about industry terms such as liquidation preferences, cap tables and anti-dilution rights.
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Angels Fly Under the Radar (In the News)
[11/18/2010]
Dallas CityBizList article about Dallas-area angel groups includes the Baylor Angel Network, an investor network providing early-stage capital to entrepreneurs with developed business plans, which is part of Baylor's Hankamer School of Business. -- The Angel Capital Education Foundation has compiled a list of angel investors nationwide, and the Dallas area is well-represented.
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TX Angel Network Activity Picking Up (In the News)
[11/4/2010]
ABJ Entrepreneur article about angel investing activity in Texas focuses on the Baylor Angel Network, in which investors who join the group agree to donate a portion of their profits to Baylor's Hankamer School of Business; quotes BAN associate director Kevin Castello. -- The Baylor Angel Network is expanding its operations 18 months after launching, while an angel group in College Station was formed three months ago.
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Baylor Angel Network Announces New Angels (In the News)
[10/25/2010]
News Blaze, Investor network operated through Baylor's Hankamer School of Business names new members to aid entrepreneurs. -- The Baylor Angel Network (BAN) announced six new angel investors who will impart business advice, share personal experience and guide entrepreneurs. The new angels are Bruce Ballengee, Kirk Coleman, Patrick Hamner, Carl Hefton, Robert Nitsche and Michael Wilhite.
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Baylor Angel Network Announces New Angels
[10/18/2010]
The Baylor Angel Network (BAN) announced six new angel investors who will impart business advice, share personal experience and guide entrepreneurs. The new angels are Bruce Ballengee, Kirk Coleman, Patrick Hamner, Carl Hefton, Robert Nitsche and Michael Wilhite.
(FULL STORY)

Baylor Angel Networks Hosts Investing Seminar
[10/7/2010]
The Baylor Angel Network hosts "The Power of Angel Investing", an angel investing seminar taking place on Thursday, October 7 at the Hilton in Waco. The seminar, presented by the Angel Capital Association, will prepare current and prospective angel investors to make the best investment decisions possible.
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Baylor University Ranks No. 2 in Nation for Entrepreneurship
[9/21/2010]
The undergraduate Entrepreneurship program at Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business ranked No. 2 in the nation. Over 2,000 schools were surveyed by The Princeton Review for Entrepreneur magazine in its 8th annual "Top 25 Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Programs of 2010" rankings.
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Top 25 Graduate, Undergrad Colleges For Entrepreneurs Named (In the News)
[9/22/2010]
Baylor entrepreneurship program recognized as the second best in the nation. -- All great businesses start with a bright idea. The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine today release their eighth rankings of 25 top graduate and undergrad university programs for budding entrepreneurs, whose bright ideas can turn into successful businesses.
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Finding an Angel Investor: 5 Things You Need to Know (In the News)
[7/25/2010]
AOL Small Business quotes Kevin Castello, MBA '09, assistant director of the Baylor Angel Network, in this article about the five things entrepreneurs need to know about finding an angel investor. -- So you have a great business but can't find enough money to take it to the next level? And you just know that if you found someone with good intentions and deep pockets, also known as an angel investor, he or she would see the light and invest in your company -- and everyone would get rich?
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Baylor Angel Network - Pat Horner (Audio)
[3/4/2010]
The Baylor Angel Network is a seed and early stage investor organization for friends and family of Baylor University and the Hankamer School of Business. A framework for connecting entrepreneurs with investors with a priority for providing students with hands-on experience.
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Baylor Angel Network - Bob Brewton (Audio)
[3/18/2010]
The Baylor Angel Network is a seed and early stage investor organization for friends and family of Baylor University and the Hankamer School of Business. A framework for connecting entrepreneurs with investors with a priority for providing students with hands-on experience.
(FULL STORY)

Baylor Angel Network - Hall Martin (Audio)
[4/1/2010]
The Baylor Angel Network is a seed and early stage investor organization for friends and family of Baylor University and the Hankamer School of Business. A framework for connecting entrepreneurs with investors with a priority for providing students with hands-on experience.
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