Angel Investor Bill Morrow Speaks At IE Business School Event - Groovy Companies and High-Rise Golf

We caught Bill Morrow, straight-talking angel investor (angelsden.co.uk), at an IE business school entrepreneurship event in London. The event was aimed at aspiring business owners interested in different MBA programs at IE - a school in Madrid famed for its entrepreneurial spirit.

Mr Morrow tells us about raising $1m in just 6 days to invest in a Singaporean 72nd-floor high rise golf club where members dress up in trendy golf gear, get drunk and play virtual rounds with their friends. We also hear about a changing sentiment for enterprise in Asia and that business schools are not necessarily about learning, but more about the people you meet. Watch on and tell us what you think...

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Tuesday 20th July 2010, 15.01 (UTC)

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ha ha that golf club sounds cool, you should launch 1 in são paulo!

Tuesday 20th July 2010, 16.09 (UTC)

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starting a business is really tough

Tuesday 20th July 2010, 17.18 (UTC)

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welcome in the new generation of buisnesses !!

Wednesday 28th July 2010, 02.12 (UTC)

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south-east asian start-ups are getting 50 per cent more early stage funding than their british counterparts - an average of 300k v 200k in UK. this is according to bill morrow in an interview in the ft this weekend http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/1ebe399c-9671-11df-9caa-00144feab49a.html

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