Discover the Secrets to Success for Angels and Entrepreneurs

  • Angel investing is the practice of an individual or a group of investors investing in a startup company in exchange for equity, or ownership, in the company.
  • Angel investing is an attractive opportunity for many investors because of the potential high returns.
  • The structure of angel investing is complex, involving two different types of investments: seed capital, and venture capital.

Angel investing is the practice of an individual or a group of investors investing in a startup company in exchange for equity, or ownership, in the company. When the startup is successful, the investor reaps the rewards.
Angel investing is an attractive opportunity for many investors because of the potential high returns. Angel investment returns are higher than investing in mutual funds, corporate bonds, or stocks.
The structure of angel investing is complex, involving two different types of investments: seed capital, and venture capital. Each type of investment has different risk levels, and each type of investment is detailed below.



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Meet Bill Hartzer

Bill Hartzer is a veteran angel investor and the managing director of CommonAngels, an angel investment network.
CommonAngels helps startups get off the ground quicker by bringing capital to them, and it uses its experience in angel investing to help startups make strategic decisions on potential investments. Bill serves as chairman for Angel Capital Association (ACA), and he is also on the board of ACA's New York chapter.
Bill has also served as a board member for eToro, the NYSE Amex, and Master Card.

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What's in This Episode?

• The Angel Investor's Guide to Financing Your Business
• 10 Steps to Recruiting Your First Angel Investor
• 8 Sources of Angel Investors
• The Secret to Attracting Investors
• Tips on Pitching Investors
• How to Protect Yourself as a Entrepreneur
• Pitching Tips
• What to Say When Your Investor Says No
• Handling the Deal Process
• How to Sell Your Business
• How Angels and Investors Work Together



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Term of the Week: Cofounder

The cofounder is the person who invented the business, came up with the initial idea, and is responsible for all of the early work. The cofounder is usually the founder's spouse, child, best friend, or neighbor. The cofounder is responsible for all of the day-to-day tasks, while the founder is responsible for coming up with new ideas, delegating tasks, and signing checks.