angel investors

Investors may seem like guardian angels, but they are definitely worth investigating when you’re seeking seed funding. Expectations run high in relationships where seed funding is involved. Therefore, invest the time to ensure that that your “too-good-to-be-true” angel investor really is just that: 1. Do a reference check. Although angel investors may come through referrals, […]

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I first met David Greer, angel investor and entrepreneur, when he weighed in on my Business Partnership Central blog on the importance of having a written shareholders’ agreement–and how that freed him up (when he sold out his interest) to sail the Mediterranean for two years (drool). Now he offers some handy insights to follow up […]

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Last week, I interviewed Robert Bertsch, Esq., on Entrepreneur’s Daily Dose about legal issues involved with attracting investors online.  Some of the most frequently-asked questions concern confidentiality and staying in line with state and federal securities laws–aparticularly thorny if you’re going to post your Next Great Idea online. There are other issues, too, in choosing […]

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Inc. magazine swears that there’s still angel investment funding out there for the right businesses.  Well, OK, maybe “swear” is too strong a word.  Still, the articles “Angels Are Still Interested” and “Angel Investing 2009” paint the picture that, while perhaps not quite roaring like a mighty river, angel investor financing is more than just […]

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