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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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New Delhi [India], Feb 16 ( ANI ): The Indian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (IVCA) the nodal body which represents Private Equity, Venture Capital industry in India today announced that it would now be representing Angel Investor Groups as well.
Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy Leeanne Enoch said the Regional Angel Investors Support Program will provide funding of up to $20,000 per region for one year, with a possible extension for a second year, to eligible organisations to facilitate the formation of local angel groups in regional Queensland.
Angel investors, like venture capitalists, fund early-stage entrepreneurs and serve as mentors or outside directors of startups.
MANAMA: The region's first entrepreneurs and angel investors networking association headquartered in Bahrain reinforces the kingdom's position as the regional hub, the chief
The cofounder/CEO of a mobile app company introduces the value of angel investors who provide guidance and seed capital for startups.
5 million in financing from angel investors and venture capitalists, with the 2011 startup valued at $6 million.
Second, this study is the first to examine drivers of angel investor exit, an issue that is uniquely important, since the ventures in which they tend to invest are very early stage and thus sensitive to the consequences of investor exit.
Looking for an angel: When you are looking out for an angel investor, first start with the professional community: Approach lawyers and investment bankers.
A University of New Hampshire report has found that angel investors still fear to tread near start-up companies.
Like the angel investor, a venture capitalist will want to have a clear exit strategy for their investment.
ICE Angel investors, who will mentor the entrepreneur and sit on the Board of Directors, provide industry experience, global networks, corporate governance and knowledge, which accelerate the growth of the business.
This one's not for love-seekers but for companies searching for angel investors, good-hearted people with deep pockets who care at least as much about giving entrepreneurs a break as they do about turning a quick buck.