How to secure investment from angel investors
July 21, 2017
An angel investor is someone who provides a startup or small business with a cash injection to either help it get off the ground or fund expansion projects.
The angels offer this funding in exchange for equity in the business, which is something that puts many small business owners off as it means they will no longer have full control over business decisions.
This may sound familiar, as it is very similar to funding through venture capitalists (VCs). However, the main difference is that an angel investor is an individual, whereas VCs will be an organisation or company. VCs are less likely to be involved with very early stage businesses.
We caught up with Tim Mills, investment director at the Angel CoFund, to find out more.
See the full article on the Real Business website here