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Angel investors often use their own capital when investing in startup companies. They bring much needed experience and skills to a business, especially during the crucial early stages of development. Due to the risks of investing in early-stage enterprises with no proven history of success, angel investors will often request a high return on investment to compensate for any losses. In the past few years, there has been a growing number of angel investors in the United States, as well as the increasing trend of angel group formation. In these angel groupings, each member contributes a specific amount towards a given investment. The benefit of angel groups is that personal capital can be pooled from each member.
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