Drinks On Fifth: Sig Mosley, Act III

As we conclude our conversation with the ‘Godfather’ of angel investing in Atlanta Sig Mosley, we begin by talking about the type of individual best suited to being a successful entrepreneur and we both agree big company management experience with at least some exposure to finance is a pretty good mix. (By the way, you decide whether the adjective ‘unwitting’ applies to Sig’s Godfather title as he claims in his Twitter bio – after spending an hour interviewing him, I suspect not much happened by mistake…)

We also discuss another classic tale of MSA deal making: in 1980, when they went deep with two companies for potential acquisition. In the end, they bought Peachtree Software and passed on Microsoft. And we finish up talking Angel Tax Credit, which Sig praises across the board as an effort that should bring angel dollars off the sideline – and make follow-on rounds a little easier to manage for existing investors.

(Watch: Part One | Part Two)

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