Membership

MEMBERSHIP

You have achieved business and financial gains. You’ve been through the entrepreneurial journey, realized a successful exit; or you have had a rewarding corporate career … now it’s time to give back.

In addition to having financial resources to invest, you understand the importance of facilitating and cultivating the next generation of entrepreneurs.

The Queen City has long been a place of entrepreneurship. Procter, Gamble, Crosley, Kroger, Lindner, Turner, Farmer, Koch and many more have led the way.

Your hard-won expertise, experience and perspectives are invaluable. You understand, to really thrive, the Greater Cincinnati entrepreneurial ecosystem requires your time, talent and money. By assisting a new generation of entrepreneurs, you will help them keep their burn-rate low, use their capital wisely and grow at a manageable rate. You will help entrepreneurs win!

Queen City Angels’ members are selected from a highly-qualified group of active, accredited investors whose knowledge and expertise will benefit the group and contribute to the high-growth businesses QCA funds.

Prospective members with extensive experience in investing, leading and managing successful businesses, structuring business arrangements and mentoring are welcomed.

As the first angel group in the Midwest, and a founding member of the Angel Capital Association, Queen City Angels has been a longtime supporter of Greater Cincinnati’s entrepreneurial community. QCA has supported entrepreneurs, colleges, universities, accelerators, incubators, hackers and startup grinders.

Contact QCA Executive Director Scott Jacobs 513.373.6972 or sjacobs@qca.com to learn more about becoming a QCA member.


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