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February
2010
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08:11 PM
America/Los_Angeles

Open Angel Forum Opens In San Francisco March 4

Open Angel Forum San Francisco is looking for applications from startups seeking investments from angels. It was co-founded by Jason Calacanis, the CEO of Mahalo, in response to angel networks that were charging high fees to startups.

Open Angel Forum does not charge startups to pitch. And it promises "A-list" investors.

The San Francisco chapter is headed by Kevin Rose, co-founder of Digg, and Chris Sacca, a top angel investor.

Tickets to attend the event are $1500. There are five startup spots - applications are here. Deadline is February 26.

Open Angel Forum is an event bringing together entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and industry professionals. We are not a venture capital or investment firm, but rather an event company. Our mission is to host events that are free to startups and investors.