Investor Connect – Randy Myer of Carolina Angel Network

Investor Connect – Randy Myer of Carolina Angel Network

May 8, 2020 by investor

In this episode, Hall is joined by Randy Myer, Managing Director at Carolina Angel Network.

Established in 2016, the Carolina Angel Network (CAN) brings together the UNC-Chapel Hill entrepreneurial community, University alumni network and innovative private companies to support the Carolina entrepreneurial community with an angel investing platform and co-investment fund (the Carolina Growth Fund).

Randy became involved in the startup world in the ’90s, having started his own company in 1991. He has also been an angel investor for many years. In the 2000s he started teaching at the University of North Carolina, and whilst he still teaches there, his main focus and time are spent with the Carolina Angel Network. Randy is an undergraduate of the University of North Carolina and received his MBA from Harvard University.

He is excited by AI and the healthcare industry, shares information on some of the companies CAN has invested in, and gives advice to both investors and entrepreneurs. 


Visit Carolina Angel Network at www.carolinaangelnetwork.com

Randy can be reached via LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/in/randy-myer-8322a844/  and via email at randy_myer@unc.edu.


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