This coursebook discusses the issues relevant to an angel investor once the investment has been made. It covers what to expect in terms of the help the company requires from you and what rewards are to be expected from providing this help, including the different roles you may undertake. There is a discussion of how an angel investor should act in relation to board and shareholder meetings as well as other more informal methods of deal monitoring. It describes the importance of the first 100 days of an investment and hitting milestones. It also describes common problems that arise and makes suggestions on how to resolve them.
British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data
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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 – 64 pages - Paperback