This coursebook addresses the issues relating to setting up an angel investment group. It explains why angel investors are usually better to invest in a group including the evolution of angel investment groups. It describes the angel investment ecosystem, including its different elements and the issues that arise when setting up a group. It covers how to set up a group, including setting the business plan and how to fund the group. Issues covered include finding screening, showing and managing deals. It also discusses other activities angel investment groups undertake such as angel investor and entrepreneur training.
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 – 104 pages - Paperback