30 - Interview with David Wieland of the Irish Angels
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In this episode, Hall Martin conducts an informal interview with
David Wieland, who was a co-founder of the Irish Angels--an
affiliated, but separate, group with the University of Notre
About the Podcast
Hall T Martin interviews angel and venture capital investors on how they invest and talks with CEOs who discuss their sector and what to look for. Hall T Martin also leads the Startup Funding Espresso series in which you can learn about startup funding and investing in the time it takes to have an espresso.