angel investor

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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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Business angel money is hence smart money and crucial to the creation and development of new enterprises.
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Alexander Graham Bell used angel money to found Bell Telephone way back in 1877.
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