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In his prior life as an real estate broker for international students in Boston, Julian Jung went to a lot of nightclubs and saw a lot of bottles of high-end liquor ordered. Jung says he has witnessed upwards of $15,000 spent in a single night in Boston, and has seen epic $50,000 evenings in New York. Read More
The Angel "Ask"
Atlas adding new members to its AngelList Boston Syndicates: Who'll be involved?
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In the Boston Globe today, Cal Borchers reported that Atlas Venture will be adding new members to its AngelList syndicate, Boston Syndicates. Like last year's "secret" dinner, Atlas will be bringing 16 of Boston's best and brightest entrepreneurs together at Row 34 to let them know that, if they choose, Atlas will back their personal angel investing "Syndicate" on AngelList with $250,000 per deal.  Read More
The New Face of Angel Investing
Atlas Venture's Dustin Dolginow to co-lead new AngelList-focused investment firm
(Image from Atlas Venture's website - picture by Jon Chomitz)
Atlas Venture has long been involved with AngelList and the website's syndicates program. Atlas was among the earliest investors in AngelList and was also one of the leads in its $24 million round of funding last year. Additionally, in December, Atlas gathered a group of Boston angel investors together to create the so-called "Boston Syndicate" in which the firm would add $250,000 to members AngelList syndicates’ deals. Read More