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What does Bruce Schechter think?

http://www.linkedin.com/in/bruceschechter   Education Masters, Computer Science : Stanford University - [2004 to 2007] BS, Physics and Mathematics : Purdue University-Main Campus - [1976 to 1980]   See full profile

As you may know, your initial $500K round may be in sweet spot for angels. Your expected follow-on of $2M will more likely have to come as a Series...
Depending on the scale of your appetite for venture investment, you might also consider Angel investing via one of the many organized groups. Given...
I agree with Kent that you should determine for yourself where you bring the greatest value. Worded differently, I would not bias your selection of...
The obvious primary difference is in the size of the typical round funded: - Angels will typically fund a round in the range of $100K-$1M - VCs will...
In a nutshell, yes! From my perspective, the downturn had a very serious drag on Angel investing starting in late 2008 and lasting through early 2010...
Sites like AngelSoft and TheFunded are potentially valuable resources, but with caveats. First off, investor introductions that are facilitated via a...
The answer to this question is absolutely simple, and takes three words: "Use Your Network". Overwhelmingly, angel investors give preference to...
There are many angel investors in both categories. Here is a brief overview of both: Organized Groups: Here in Silicon Valley, for example, there...