Should I find Angel Investors for my startup from my personal & professional network?
This question of where to find Angel Investors for my startup haunts every founder. Angel Investors are individuals who provide funding to start-ups at their early stage. Further, they encourage entrepreneurs and invest in their idea for equity in return. Hence it is good to build the network and relationships so that they get to know us.
What are various sources to find angel investors for my start-up? Should I search in my close networks or outside? Will it be a better option to be part of Angel investing platforms? How else to get introduced to potential investors? Who is the best person to approach? Who is most likely to understand my passion and commitment towards my venture?
In this video, Akshay Bushan provides tips on finding Angel investors for my start-up. Being an investor himself, he provides point of view from the other side of the table. He is currently a partner in VC firm Lightspeed India and an alumnus of Wharton.
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