Invest in the future of the Central Valley!

The Forum will give early-stage business applicants the opportunity to compete to receive investments from a group angel fund created for this event only, called the “Central Valley Venture Forum Fund (CVVFF) 2018.”

How will it work?

The CCVVFF Fund will be made up of between 10 and 40 investing units of $6,000 per unit. An investor must satisfy the requirements of SEC Rule 501 of Regulation D for accredited investors and can only invest a maximum of two units. The potential life of the fund is ten years and $1,000 of each unit is intended to pay for the administration of the fund for those years. $5,000 of each unit is used for the investment that will be between $50,000 and $200,000 total. Each year a new fund will be established for that year’s forum.

The process:

Applying companies would pitch to the fund members before the conference and then be paired down to a few. A select number of remaining applicants would pitch at the Forum where the final winner would be decided and announced by the investment group.

How to participate:

Contact Mark Jackson from Blue Dolphin Design and Engineering 559.222.4111 for more information.