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angel investor

A person who invests his or her own money in a startup company. An angel investor is generally not a member of a bank, venture capital firm or other financial institution that also makes such investments. Angels are typically private individuals.
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The Angel Insight Exchange includes expert presenters who tee up the issues that highly active angel investors care most about-such as metrics and deal terms.
Business angel investors are private high net worth individuals that have chosen to invest their own money and experience into small unquoted businesses.
Mr Haider was speaking on the sidelines of the second "MENA Angel Investors Summit 2015" held yesterday at the Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay.
The summit brings together angel investors and start-ups from around the MENA region and the rest of the world, giving an opportunity for investors to exchange deal-flow, learn best practices and raise awareness related to angel investment.
FedDev Ontario's non-repayable contribution, through the Investing in Business Innovation initiative, will enable York Angel Investors Inc.
The event will feature presentations to angel investors, community leaders, and judges following a format similar to CBC's Dragon's Den show.
What every angel investor wants you to know; an insider reveals how to get smart funding for your billion-dollar idea.
And like Jones, many early-stage business owners are seeking angel investors to fill in the gap in startup capital.
Fellow entrepreneurs have gone through the process and they know the market--it is very likely they have met with a series of angel investors who weren't particularly interested in their idea, but may be interested in investing in yours.
Conversely, angel investors made 62 percent of their investments in the post-seed/start-up stages--a big increase from 40 percent in 2008.
Brock Blake is the CEO of Funding Universe, Inc, a company that creates a platform to help a network of more than 1,000 active venture capitalists, angel investors and lenders connect with qualified investment opportunities.
An increasingly common strategy is to round up a gaggle of angel investors.