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Meet Sig Mosley
August 31, 2022
Meet Sig Mosley
Today we’d like to introduce you to Sig Mosley.
Building Global Presence by Inspiring Goizueta Entrepreneurs, Innovation, and Investing
November 19, 2021
Sig Mosley 68BBA has been a fixture in Atlanta’s early-stage investing community for decades, helping fund nearly 150 startups since he founded Mosley Partners in 1990. It’s no surprise, then, that an award program recognizing early-stage investors in Atlanta would be christened the “Siggie” Awards.
Four early-stage investors honored in second-annual Siggie Awards
November 13, 2020
When another investor approached Sig Mosley about creating an award ceremony for angel investors in his honor, Mosley had one request — the award should be a bobble head of himself.
Ahead of Siggie Awards, namesake discusses the bright spots in the Atlanta tech ecosystem
November 3, 2020
In February 2020, Atlanta’s own ‘Godfather of Agnel Investing’ Sig Mosley penned a piece on Hypepotamus giving entrepreneurs advice about the funding process. While 2020 has thrown more than a few curveballs at the tech startup community, Mosley’s words still ring true for those seeking outside investments.
2nd Annual “Siggie” Awards Announce Call for Nominations
February 7, 2020
The Siggie Awards (https://www.siggieawards.com/), an event honoring the early-stage investors helping to grow Atlanta’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, announced today that it is accepting nominations now through March 31. Named after well-known Atlanta investor Sig Mosley, the Siggie Awards will be hosted by Emory University’s Goizueta Business School for the next three years and will take place this year at The Hatchery, Emory’s new innovation center, on April 16 from 4 to 7 p.m.
INAUGURAL SIGGIE AWARDS RECOGNIZE LONG-TIME INVESTOR SIG MOSLEY AND HIGHLIGHT STARTUP NEWCOMERS
April 10, 2019
The Atlanta startup and investment community has a new way to honor early-stage founders and investors. And it takes its namesake from someone who has committed himself to building the community for decades of his career.