The Complete Guide to Angel Investors for Your Business
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What Is an Angel Investor?
What Does an Angel Investor Look Like?
Family members Friends Work associates Neighbors Strangers who support your vision
What Are the Pros and Cons of Angel Investors?
Pros of Angel investors
Cons of Angel Investors
How Do You Find Angel Investors?
Websites to Connect with Angel Investors
Angel Forum Society. This nonprofit foundation connects its angel investor members with tech startups. AngelList Venture. This group helps connect angel investors and startups, including one of its first, Uber. Angel Investment Network USA. This network connects entrepreneurs and angel investors. Angel Capital Association. This is a collective of accredited angel investors interested in early stage businesses. Envestors. The UK platform is meant for angel investors and entrepreneurs. Funded. This platform connects entrepreneurs and angel investors (as well as other kinds of investors). Golden Seeds. This organization connects its networks of investors (angel and otherwise) with promising women-led businesses. Gust. This is a platform for founding, operating, and investing (angel and other) in early-stage scalable enterprises. Life Science Angels. These angel investors are dedicated to funding startups that are making advances in healthcare discovery or delivery. Republic. This organization curates startups, gaming, real estate, and crypto opportunities for angel (and other) investors. SeedInvest. An equity crowdfunding platform, it vets companies for angel (and other) investors. Tech Coast Angels. This southern California-based angel investor nonprofit identifies, mentors, and funds early-stage innovative companies. WeFunder. This organization lets angel investors invest as little as $100 in startups they believe in.
Tips for Networking With Investors
Alternatives to Angel Investment Funding
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