Episode 24 | Part One: The Angel Network

Episode Information

So you’ve got a startup, what do you do next? You’ll probably need capital to scale up. This week, Greg is joined by Hall T. Martin, the Founder of TEN Capital Group. His team helps companies raise funding from angels, venture capital, and high net worth individuals. In part one, Hall shares the benefits of angel investor networks, the major differences between incubators and accelerators, and which cities have become the next great tech hubs.

About Hall T. Martin: Hall launched the firm as the Texas Entrepreneur Networks in 2009. Today, TEN Capital has over 14,000 investors in its network, and has helped startups raise over $900M.

Mr. Martin serves as the Vice-Chair of the Baylor Angel Network. He previously led the Central Texas Angel Network (CTAN) as its first Executive Director.

Mr. Martin is the Host of the Investor Connect podcast program. He is the founder and director of the Texas Open Angel Network which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to the education of angel investors.

Mr. Martin is a Founder and initial Managing Director of SKU (Incubation Station), a consumer product goods accelerator based in Austin, Texas, and the former Managing Director of AccelerateNFC, an accelerator based in Dallas, Texas, focusing on Near Field Communication.

Mr. Martin serves as an adjunct professor for the University of Texas leading the Idea to IP program which fosters startups from the engineering program.