This coursebook defines the term angel investor and all its variants as well as the angel investment lifecycle. It describes the characteristics and skills of good angel investors and details some of the common mistakes angel investors make. There is a detailed explanation of the different types of angel investor. The risks and rewards of angel investment are laid out, as well as how angel investors fit into the funding cycle of a company. Lastly it covers aspects relating to investing nationally and internationally versus investing locally and what types of business angel investors like to back.
British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data
A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.
Publisher BIC Subject & Qualifiers: KJH
BookScan Product Class Code: S4.2
BookScan Product Class Text: Management & Business: General
BISAC Subject: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Entrepreneurship (BUS025000)
Technical Specifications: 21.5cm X 27cm – 330gr – 72 pages - Paperback