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Inviting an angel investor onto your board is essential if hope to raise substantial amounts of money to boost your business. It’s a long-winded process that requires lots of networking and perseverance. It is crucial to meet the appropriate people and ensure that your business plan as well as your pitch deck and solid product or service are up to par.

You must first conduct some research, and then learn more about the person you’re considering approaching. Using platforms such as LinkedIn or Crunchbase is a great method to learn about their investments and any areas of expertise. This will let you remove some potential investors from your list, and also provide you with a better understanding of their expectations.

Then, you must make a document outlining your concept, the size of the market, and the background and experience of your team. The document should be written in Guy Kawasaki style (meaning 10 slides in 20 minutes) and should be clear, concise and concise.

In the end, it’s a good idea to attend events where you can meet with potential angel investors as they are an excellent opportunity to put your business’s name in front of them. You may be able pitch directly to them directly.

Angel groups typically have a a more formalised approach than individuals with due diligence and meetings being conducted. This means they are more likely to be the leader of a round of funding and can offer valuable support in the early stages of your business.


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