Official Site of the Siggie Awards
The "Siggie" Awards recognize some of the unsung heroes in the Atlanta startup community: early-stage investors.
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Named After Sig Mosley
"The Godfather of Angel Investing"
The "Siggies" are named after Sig Mosley, who is the Managing Partner of Mosley Ventures.
Since 1990, Sig has been the most prolific southeast investor in 145 startups and 105 liquidity events. Sig is currently the record holder of the largest southeast venture deal with the $5.7 billion acquisition of Tradex by Ariba.
An early-stage investor who embodies the spirit and vision of Sig Mosley as nominated by their peers.
An early-stage investor who has a deep commitment to founders and has worked closely with them to help launch, fund and scale their ventures.
The Horizon Award
A rising early-stage investor who will help lead the way to build and support the Atlanta eco-system in the years ahead.
An entity, institution or individual with a track record of supporting and investing in entrepreneurs and innovative solutions that achieve a measurable social impact in communities in Atlanta and beyond.
The 2022 Host Committee
Ayesha Khanna - Managing Director, CARE Enterprises Inc.
Aly Merritt - Managing Director of Atlanta Tech Village
Burunda Prince – Chief Operating Officer at Russell Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Christy Brown - Startup Accelerator Lead at Emory University
Gordon Rogers - Angel Investor
Kelly Gay - Chairman, Venture Atlanta; Chairman and CEO, OnBoard
Lauren Flamer - Interim Director of Entrepreneurship at Emory University, Goizueta Business School
Michael Cohn - Managing Partner at Overline VC
Mike Ross - President at MHR International
Peter Baron - Founder/Principal Carabiner Communications
Robert Kazanjian – Senior Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives at Emory University, Goizueta Business School
Sig Mosley - Managing Partner of Mosley Ventures