Introduction to the AVG Deep Tech Venture Club

Tuesday, October 13th, 3:30 PM EST

Join us for an overview of the AVG Deep Tech Fund Venture Club – an exclusive benefit for Deep Tech Fund investors. All investors in the Deep Tech Fund automatically receive access to this private community where they can discuss and invest in Deep Tech Syndication deals as they wish.

During this kickoff webinar, our CEO and EVP will discuss:

  • Exclusive benefits for AVG Deep Tech investors
  • Deep Tech Syndication Opportunities
  • How Syndication Opportunities Work
  • Examples of Syndications

There will be a dedicated Q&A session during the webinar.



About Your Presenters

Mike Collins, CEO - Alumni Ventures Group

Mike Collins, CEO - Alumni Ventures Group

Mike has been involved in almost every facet of venturing, from angel investing to venture capital, new business and product launches, and innovation consulting. He is currently CEO of Alumni Ventures Group, the managing company for our fund, and launched AVG’s first alumni fund, Green D Ventures, where he oversaw the portfolio as Managing Partner and is now Managing Partner Emeritus. Mike is a serial entrepreneur who has started multiple companies, including Kid Galaxy, Big Idea Group (partially owned by WPP), and RDM. He began his career at VC firm TA Associates. He holds an undergraduate degree in Engineering Science from Dartmouth and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Michael DeFelice, EVP - Alumni Ventures Group

Michael DeFelice, EVP - Alumni Ventures Group

Michael DeFelice has over 30 years of experience as an entrepreneur, strategic advisor, and operating executive in companies ranging from greenfield start-ups to the S&P 100. His startup experience includes an electronic trading platform for greenhouse gas emissions credits, a homebuilder, and a solar power development and generation company. Most recently, Michael was Managing Partner of Stonegate Power, a clean energy power generation developer funded by GE and AECOM. Previously, Michael led several strategic advisory groups for Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan Chase, and Merrill Lynch, advising both operating companies and private equity and venture firms on corporate control transactions, corporate acquisitions and sales, and strategic investment alternatives. In all, Michael advised on nearly 100 transactions involving an aggregate in excess of $75 billion of transaction value and including transactions ranging from $3 million to over $30 billion. Michael has served on multiple corporate, educational, and philanthropic boards. Michael received his bachelor’s degree in Engineering Sciences from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College, and his Juris Doctor from the University of Chicago.

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