Venture Funding: BAE Brings Silicon Valley to the World

We just finished an exciting Summer program at Bay Area Entrepreneur Workshop & Investments (BAE). Our startups encompassed cloud testing, a parallel OS for supercomputers, mobile identity protection, smartphone traditional media bookmarking, a real estate database, and e-commerce and social media for entertainment brands.

It’s all part of the BAE Funding Accelerator, a 21st Century Accelerator without bricks or mortar, our proven process to accelerate and dramatically increase your prospects for angel and VC funding.

We’re expanding with an exciting new announcement for the Fall. You know that the San Francisco Bay Area is the center of the world for tech, web, and other fast growth startups. It’s THE place to be to get the best shot at angel and VC funding for your venture.

But not everyone can be there. Now you don’t have to be. We bring Silicon Valley to you. Whether you’re located in Dallas like me … or anywhere else in the world.

Our program starts with seed capital of up to $5,000 when you’re accepted to show our confidence and commitment in getting you funded.  Then our workshop shares eight weekly sessions with personal coaching to get your business plan and presentation fully investor-ready. The meetings are delivered in person if you’re in the Bay Area and via the web anywhere else in the world.

Lastly we personally introduce you and go with you to meet Bay Area angel and VC investors. Our seed investment more than covers the $1,000 workshop fee and your travel expenses if you’re not local.

BAE makes getting funding even simpler … no matter where you’re located.

Send your Executive Summary now to me at to be considered for our Fall program starting late September. The Fall Program is already filling up, so don’t delay.

Marc Freedman
Managing Director
Bay Area Entrepreneur Workshop & Investments
Investability. Simplified.

PS. If you’re an investor, contact me at to be a part of the BAE success.


3 Responses to “Venture Funding: BAE Brings Silicon Valley to the World”

  1. 1 Ruta Victoria Jodis (@ChicagoVLive) October 5, 2011 at 1:49 pm

    Exciting. what about a new kind of media project? we looked at their track record, this is new and improved version.

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