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Troy Knauss Photo

Troy Knauss buys, invests in, and consults with companies

As an accredited investor, Troy Knauss has built a diverse portfolio of angel-only backed deals with some successes, a few failures, and a whole lot of opportunities. In addition to these deals, Knauss has spent time growing companies and volunteering on boards that benefit the entrepreneurial ecosystem. His recent boards include Vice Chairman of the Angel Resource Institute, a spinout of the Kauffman Foundation, the Greensboro Partnership’s Entrepreneurship Connection, The Launch Place, and Wake Forest University’s Advisory Council for the Center of Entrepreneurship. According to Knauss, “There is no greater reward than helping a fellow entrepreneur realize his/her dream. It doesn’t matter if that dream is to simply start a company to build an income or to grow a high-value business with the ability to create major wealth creation when it is sold.” Knauss expects to continue to invest in 4-5 deals per year.

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Angel Investing, Equity Crowdfunding, and the Start-up Scene: How to Invest in Start-Ups and Does it Make Sense to? Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.”

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 31, 2015

Investors are increasingly aware of opportunities to invest in “alternative assets,” such as private shares of start-up companies that are not traded on a stock exchange. Such “angel investing” has historically been most commonly done though “angel groups,” which are local clubs of investors who get together regularly to vet and make investments.

More and more, however, people are investing through on-line Internet platforms known as equity crowdfunding platforms, made popular by the JOBS Act and.

Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com and West LegalEd Center is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its landmark webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.” Click here to register.

The one hour webinar will be moderated by AccredtedInvestorMarketsRadio host Christopher Cahill. He will be joined by Drew Whiting (AxialLaw); Huiwen Leo (Crowdcheck); and Bob Carbone (Counsel Financial).

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Angel Investing, Equity Crowdfunding, and the Start-up Scene: How to Invest in Start-Ups and Does it Make Sense to? Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.”

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 31, 2015

Investors are increasingly aware of opportunities to invest in “alternative assets,” such as private shares of start-up companies that are not traded on a stock exchange. Such “angel investing” has historically been most commonly done though “angel groups,” which are local clubs of investors who get together regularly to vet and make investments.

More and more, however, people are investing through on-line Internet platforms known as equity crowdfunding platforms, made popular by the JOBS Act and.

Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com and West LegalEd Center is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its landmark webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.” Click here to register.

The one hour webinar will be moderated by AccredtedInvestorMarketsRadio host Christopher Cahill. He will be joined by Drew Whiting (AxialLaw); Huiwen Leo (Crowdcheck); and Bob Carbone (Counsel Financial).

ABOUT FINANCIAL POISE:

Financial Poise provides unbiased news, continuing education, and intelligence to private business owners, executives, investors, and their trusted advisors. For more information contact David Strait at dstrait(at)financialpoise(dot)com or 312-469-0135.

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Angel Investing, Equity Crowdfunding, and the Start-up Scene: How to Invest in Start-Ups and Does it Make Sense to? Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.”

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 31, 2015

Investors are increasingly aware of opportunities to invest in “alternative assets,” such as private shares of start-up companies that are not traded on a stock exchange. Such “angel investing” has historically been most commonly done though “angel groups,” which are local clubs of investors who get together regularly to vet and make investments.

More and more, however, people are investing through on-line Internet platforms known as equity crowdfunding platforms, made popular by the JOBS Act and.

Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com and West LegalEd Center is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its landmark webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.” Click here to register.

The one hour webinar will be moderated by AccredtedInvestorMarketsRadio host Christopher Cahill. He will be joined by Drew Whiting (AxialLaw); Huiwen Leo (Crowdcheck); and Bob Carbone (Counsel Financial).

ABOUT FINANCIAL POISE:

Financial Poise provides unbiased news, continuing education, and intelligence to private business owners, executives, investors, and their trusted advisors. For more information contact David Strait at dstrait(at)financialpoise(dot)com or 312-469-0135.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/08/prweb12881285.htm

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Angel Investing, Equity Crowdfunding, and the Start-up Scene: How to Invest in Start-Ups and Does it Make Sense to? Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.”

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 31, 2015

Investors are increasingly aware of opportunities to invest in “alternative assets,” such as private shares of start-up companies that are not traded on a stock exchange. Such “angel investing” has historically been most commonly done though “angel groups,” which are local clubs of investors who get together regularly to vet and make investments.

More and more, however, people are investing through on-line Internet platforms known as equity crowdfunding platforms, made popular by the JOBS Act and.

Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com and West LegalEd Center is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its landmark webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.” Click here to register.

The one hour webinar will be moderated by AccredtedInvestorMarketsRadio host Christopher Cahill. He will be joined by Drew Whiting (AxialLaw); Huiwen Leo (Crowdcheck); and Bob Carbone (Counsel Financial).

ABOUT FINANCIAL POISE:

Financial Poise provides unbiased news, continuing education, and intelligence to private business owners, executives, investors, and their trusted advisors. For more information contact David Strait at dstrait(at)financialpoise(dot)com or 312-469-0135.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/08/prweb12881285.htm

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Angel Investing, Equity Crowdfunding, and the Start-up Scene: How to Invest in Start-Ups and Does it Make Sense to? Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.”

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 31, 2015

Investors are increasingly aware of opportunities to invest in “alternative assets,” such as private shares of start-up companies that are not traded on a stock exchange. Such “angel investing” has historically been most commonly done though “angel groups,” which are local clubs of investors who get together regularly to vet and make investments.

More and more, however, people are investing through on-line Internet platforms known as equity crowdfunding platforms, made popular by the JOBS Act and.

Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com and West LegalEd Center is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its landmark webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.” Click here to register.

The one hour webinar will be moderated by AccredtedInvestorMarketsRadio host Christopher Cahill. He will be joined by Drew Whiting (AxialLaw); Huiwen Leo (Crowdcheck); and Bob Carbone (Counsel Financial).

ABOUT FINANCIAL POISE:

Financial Poise provides unbiased news, continuing education, and intelligence to private business owners, executives, investors, and their trusted advisors. For more information contact David Strait at dstrait(at)financialpoise(dot)com or 312-469-0135.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/08/prweb12881285.htm

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Angel Investing, Equity Crowdfunding, and the Start-up Scene: How to Invest in Start-Ups and Does it Make Sense to? Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.”

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 31, 2015

Investors are increasingly aware of opportunities to invest in “alternative assets,” such as private shares of start-up companies that are not traded on a stock exchange. Such “angel investing” has historically been most commonly done though “angel groups,” which are local clubs of investors who get together regularly to vet and make investments.

More and more, however, people are investing through on-line Internet platforms known as equity crowdfunding platforms, made popular by the JOBS Act and.

Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com and West LegalEd Center is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its landmark webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.” Click here to register.

The one hour webinar will be moderated by AccredtedInvestorMarketsRadio host Christopher Cahill. He will be joined by Drew Whiting (AxialLaw); Huiwen Leo (Crowdcheck); and Bob Carbone (Counsel Financial).

ABOUT FINANCIAL POISE:

Financial Poise provides unbiased news, continuing education, and intelligence to private business owners, executives, investors, and their trusted advisors. For more information contact David Strait at dstrait(at)financialpoise(dot)com or 312-469-0135.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/08/prweb12881285.htm

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Angel Investing, Equity Crowdfunding, and the Start-up Scene: How to Invest in Start-Ups and Does it Make Sense to? Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.”

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 31, 2015

Investors are increasingly aware of opportunities to invest in “alternative assets,” such as private shares of start-up companies that are not traded on a stock exchange. Such “angel investing” has historically been most commonly done though “angel groups,” which are local clubs of investors who get together regularly to vet and make investments.

More and more, however, people are investing through on-line Internet platforms known as equity crowdfunding platforms, made popular by the JOBS Act and.

Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com and West LegalEd Center is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its landmark webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.” Click here to register.

The one hour webinar will be moderated by AccredtedInvestorMarketsRadio host Christopher Cahill. He will be joined by Drew Whiting (AxialLaw); Huiwen Leo (Crowdcheck); and Bob Carbone (Counsel Financial).

ABOUT FINANCIAL POISE:

Financial Poise provides unbiased news, continuing education, and intelligence to private business owners, executives, investors, and their trusted advisors. For more information contact David Strait at dstrait(at)financialpoise(dot)com or 312-469-0135.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/08/prweb12881285.htm

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Angel Investing, Equity Crowdfunding, and the Start-up Scene: How to Invest in Start-Ups and Does it Make Sense to? Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.”

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 31, 2015

Investors are increasingly aware of opportunities to invest in “alternative assets,” such as private shares of start-up companies that are not traded on a stock exchange. Such “angel investing” has historically been most commonly done though “angel groups,” which are local clubs of investors who get together regularly to vet and make investments.

More and more, however, people are investing through on-line Internet platforms known as equity crowdfunding platforms, made popular by the JOBS Act and.

Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com and West LegalEd Center is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its landmark webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.” Click here to register.

The one hour webinar will be moderated by AccredtedInvestorMarketsRadio host Christopher Cahill. He will be joined by Drew Whiting (AxialLaw); Huiwen Leo (Crowdcheck); and Bob Carbone (Counsel Financial).

ABOUT FINANCIAL POISE:

Financial Poise provides unbiased news, continuing education, and intelligence to private business owners, executives, investors, and their trusted advisors. For more information contact David Strait at dstrait(at)financialpoise(dot)com or 312-469-0135.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/08/prweb12881285.htm

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Angel Investing, Equity Crowdfunding, and the Start-up Scene: How to Invest in Start-Ups and Does it Make Sense to? Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.”

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 31, 2015

Investors are increasingly aware of opportunities to invest in “alternative assets,” such as private shares of start-up companies that are not traded on a stock exchange. Such “angel investing” has historically been most commonly done though “angel groups,” which are local clubs of investors who get together regularly to vet and make investments.

More and more, however, people are investing through on-line Internet platforms known as equity crowdfunding platforms, made popular by the JOBS Act and.

Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com and West LegalEd Center is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its landmark webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.” Click here to register.

The one hour webinar will be moderated by AccredtedInvestorMarketsRadio host Christopher Cahill. He will be joined by Drew Whiting (AxialLaw); Huiwen Leo (Crowdcheck); and Bob Carbone (Counsel Financial).

ABOUT FINANCIAL POISE:

Financial Poise provides unbiased news, continuing education, and intelligence to private business owners, executives, investors, and their trusted advisors. For more information contact David Strait at dstrait(at)financialpoise(dot)com or 312-469-0135.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/08/prweb12881285.htm

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Angel Investing, Equity Crowdfunding, and the Start-up Scene: How to Invest in Start-Ups and Does it Make Sense to? Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.”

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 31, 2015

Investors are increasingly aware of opportunities to invest in “alternative assets,” such as private shares of start-up companies that are not traded on a stock exchange. Such “angel investing” has historically been most commonly done though “angel groups,” which are local clubs of investors who get together regularly to vet and make investments.

More and more, however, people are investing through on-line Internet platforms known as equity crowdfunding platforms, made popular by the JOBS Act and.

Financial Poise Webinars, in conjunction with AccreditedInvestorMarkets.com and West LegalEd Center is proud to announce the August 6th premiere of its landmark webinar, “Angel Groups vs. 506 equity crowdfunding platforms.” Click here to register.

The one hour webinar will be moderated by AccredtedInvestorMarketsRadio host Christopher Cahill. He will be joined by Drew Whiting (AxialLaw); Huiwen Leo (Crowdcheck); and Bob Carbone (Counsel Financial).

ABOUT FINANCIAL POISE:

Financial Poise provides unbiased news, continuing education, and intelligence to private business owners, executives, investors, and their trusted advisors. For more information contact David Strait at dstrait(at)financialpoise(dot)com or 312-469-0135.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/08/prweb12881285.htm

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