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Bill Reichert is Managing Director Garage Ventures. Bill has over 20 years of experience as an entrepreneur and an operating executive. Since joining Garage in 1998, Bill has focused on early-stage information technology and materials science companies. He sits on the Boards of CaseStack, WhiteHat, ClearFuels, cFares, and ThermoCeramix. Prior to Garage, Bill was a co-founder or senior executive in several venture-backed technology startups, including Trademark Software, The Learning Company, and Academic Systems. Earlier in his career, he worked at McKinsey & Company, Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., and the World Bank. Bill earned a B.A. at Harvard College and an M.B.A. from Stanford University. He was a founding board member and a Chairman of the Churchill Club, and a Charter Member of the Silicon Valley Association of Startup Entrepreneurs. Currently he is the Chairman of the Small Fund Roundtable of the VC Taskforce and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York. You can find Bill on Twitter @billreichert
There’s a lot of common wisdom regarding what it takes to be a successful investor. But most of that common wisdom is wrong when it comes to angel investing. Investing in startups is very different than picking stocks, and you better know the difference before you jump onto the angel cloud. In this presentation, Bill Reichert discusses the Top Ten Myths of Angel Investing.