Become an Angel Club     Luncheon Sponsor

Investment BLOGS:     Providing Angel Club Members with Investment topics to continue the investment discussion.  Topics are often derrived from discussion topics generated at the Luncheon.        

Larry White,  President & CEO Ritz Group

Who's on First?    Defining the Capital Arena

What's on Second?   The Valuation Variant

You Want to do What?   Lower Members, Revenue and EBITDA forecasts to make the stakeholders happy

 A BRIDGE to Far?    Or, maybe the smart strategy

Want a Guarantee - Go to Midas?    New debt loan idea for  smaller players

The goal of the Entrepreneur Club is to foster more investment success through sharing and collaboration.   It is a luncheon  forum designed to support and inform early stage companies  on “best practices” strategies from others engaged in the Capital Drill.   It is an informal, low key approach, to perfecting successful strategies, minimizing risks, sharing investment information and testing new concepts among peers.

There are NO Entrepreneur Club dues or fees.      Early stage companies or entrepreneurs attending  e-Club  luncheons  pay  for  their lunch and gratuity via cash or credit card.     Membership in the Ritz Group,  or  City Club is  NOT required.       Each  luncheon  will  be  sponsored  by  one  local Sponsor, in addition to the City Club and the Ritz Group. 

           For more information on the e-Club - Contact:   Larry White at Larry@ritzgroup.org.


City Club of Buckhead  

The Ritz Group sponsors the Entrepreneur Club (e-Club) for Entrepreneurs raising Seed or Series A and B rounds.    e-Club meets on the first Wednesday of each month for lunch at the City Club of Buckhead 3343 Peachtree Road in Atlanta, Georgia, 30326.
The Entrepreneur Club luncheons are designed to expand private equity investment through Entrepreneur-to-Entrepreneur sharing and sharing their investment experience     Invited guest/s and successful Entrepreneurs will share current issues and their "Stories." 

Ritz Group President and CEO, Larry White, stated that seed-round funding is, and continues to be, the Achilles heel of Georgia’s private equity funding food chain. In the Valley and major cities, this GAP is fulfilled by Entrepreneurs and Investors exiting and taking lucrative lead seed rounds for new early stage companies.   Yes, they are playing with “house money,” but mitigate risks by forming familiar teams consisting of ex-founders and syndicate partner teams with proven track records. Of course, we do some of this in Georgia, but need to close the GAP with more early stage lead Angel round investing. The Angel Club is designed to foster Angel investing collaboration and confidence. We believe this will lead to more funding engagements in early seed round companies. Creating more confident Angels will lead to funding more companies.

Entrepreneur Club