Startup Angels is on a mission to create more angel investors around the world. The team believes that great investors can come from anywhere, not just Silicon Valley — and equipping investors in their own backyards helps local economies thrive. Their workshops and events support investor education and their newly-launched marketplace product aims to democratize investing and make investing opportunities readily available. Below is a shortlist of coverage from our work with their team, ranging from thought leadership topics to event-related news.
VC funding is abundant in Silicon Valley and a few tech hotspots, while throughout the nation entrepreneurial energy withers for lack of capital.
These investor behaviors can permanently damage their startups.
Keep these seven differences in mind before targeting and pitching investors.
The main difference between angels and VCs comes down to motivations.
As American relations with Cuba continue to improve, Startup Angels sought to answer some of the questions that tech entrepreneurs and startup investors have about the country.
Aminta Ventures, a new South Florida organization aimed at educating and supporting aspiring women investors, wants to attack that gap — at least locally. The big goal: a new wave of female angel investors that will ultimately help to shape a stronger, more diverse ecosystem.
Startup Angels say it can suppress investors and crowd the field, acting as disincentive.
Leslie Jump is passionate about entrepreneurs, especially those in early stage. She’s worked with technology entrepreneurs, vetted them, and put her money into them.
In Dublin this week to attend the Angel Summit at Google’s Foundry, McClure isn’t your typical Silicon Valley venture capitalist.