Angel investors help bridge the gap between early funding generated from friends and family and from the venture capital you hope to secure down the road. Although angel investing is arguably more informal than professional venture capital, angel investors still look for startups that can give them a return on what is a high-risk investment.
For first-time entrepreneurs, then, seeking and securing angel funding is likely their first foray into the investment process. As such, there can be lots of questions about how to find, approach, and pitch to angels. And so we've rounded up some advice from other angels and entrepreneurs on how to proceed:
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Author: Audrey Watters