Approaching venture capital or angel investors is never easy, and getting interest in your small business can be exciting. However, not all investors are created equal. It’s vital to ensure that your potential investor is actually a good fit for your business – and will help rather than hinder. Here are some things to look for in a potential investor: Attitude – Do they have…
Do you need to raise more funds than you can get through “love money” from family or friends, but don’t need as much as venture capitalists invest? Your small business may be ready for an angel.
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Our good friend Jim Estill, founder of Synnex Canada, wrote a great blog post weighing in on the differences between venture capitalists and angel investors.