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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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We've been blessed to finish out our $1.5 million angel round, and probably 80 percent of the funds we raised were local within Colorado.
The angel round in the value of GBP100,000 was led by private investors to fund product and market development.
It started with HotU Inc.'s angel round, which closed in March 2000.
NOMINATING Peter Fonda for an Oscar was a bit like inviting a Hells Angel round to your granny's for tea.
Last spring, an initial angel round raised $1.7 million from 19 investors.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 17 (ANI): Mumbai-based children's snack foods company, The Mumum Co, raised half a million dollars in an angel round of funding.
Jibrel has raised over $3.2 million in the angel round and pre-sale, which ended on October 25.
SSI has raised roughly USD 3m in angel round financing since 2012 and has advanced its novel antennae based microwave ablation technology for multiple possible applications, including treatment of Barrett's esophagus and pulmonary hypertension, among other ablation opportunities.
Noida, India, April 17, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Mind Your Fleet, India's leading ground transportation and logistics software provider, has closed its angel round of investments.
After an angel round in summer 2014 and a seed round that closed in February with investments from a pair of "Boulder institutional investors,"SQFT may pursue additional outside capital.
In her first round of funding, typically called the seed stage or "angel round," Folsom raised $1.2 million from several angel investors, individuals who finance emerging entrepreneurial ventures.