Karen Rands, The Compassionate Capitalist interviews CEOs & Attendees from our August Angel Investor Forum!

Karen speaks with presenters and attendees of the August 12th NBAI Investor Meeting with highlights from the presenting companies. Listen in to hear from Naturali Pro (www.naturalipro.com ), Play Golf Planet  (www.playgolfplanet.com) and many others that attended the investor event and the post networking party! We’ll also get an update from an exciting company, MTI  (www.mtiretail.com), that has market breaking news about their expanded relationship with eBay

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Karen Rands, The Compassionate Capitalist interviews CEOs & Attendees from our August Angel Investor Forum!
Check out these investment websites: Karen’s twitter page: @Karen_Rands, www.kugarandholdings.com, www.launchfn.com, www.nbai.net, www.kyrmedia.com, www.myvirtualangelworld.com, www.entrepreneurblogspace.com and www.dothedeal.org

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Taxes Should Not Effect Angel Investors, according to Home Depot co-founder

One of the co-founders of Home Depot, Ken Langone, is a great testament to how great wealth can be created through early stage venture capital investing and angel investing.   Although the riskiest of investment types, it also can have the greatest reward–both financially and personally.    As Home Depot folk lore plays it, it was as a result of Ken Langone’s personal investment and calculated risk to bring in other investments into Home Depot when they were still somewhat unproven that financially fueled their growth from their first location to the point they could attract institutional financing.

Fast forward a few decades and Ken has gone onto create tremendous wealth, primarily as a result of his continued investment in early stage companies.   He is a true Compassionate Capitalist(tm) because he invests time and money to bring innovation to market and create jobs.   As he stated in his interview on Fox News recently, he doesn’t let a tax consequence determine whether or not he is going to help an innovation get to market that could solve a problem or improve the way business is done.   If he can see the benefit, make money, so what if the government wants a piece of that, he still made money and the he is pleased the innovation got to market and the jobs were created.

Back story Press Release with Ken Langone’s bio.

Is It Possible to Converge Technology In Business: Conversation with Faisal Hoque of BTM

Compassionate Capitalist, Karen Rands, interviews the CEO & Founder, Faisal Hoque, of BTM Corporation. BTM will be presenting at the upcoming NBAI Investor event, so this is a sneak peek of this exciting company.

BTM is forging an entirely new space in the technology sector: Business Technology Convergence & Management. With strong sales, a growing pipeline, and extensive products & IP, this company is one to watch and learn from. Faisal Hogue was recently named one of the top 100 (#55) most influential People in Technology (along with Oracles Larry Ellison, Apple’s Steve Jobs, and Microsoft’s Steve Balmer. BTM has twice been named one of the latest growing technology companies in North America in the annual Deloitte Technology Fast 500. (www.btmcorporation.com www.faisalhoque.com)

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Is It Possible to Converge Technology In Business: Conversation with Faisal Hoque of BTM

Tune In to hear their exciting story and future direction. If you want the full investor story, plan to attend the NBAI meeting on Aug 12 of their follow up briefing the week of Aug 17. Fill out the contact us form on our website http://www.launchfn.com