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Angel investors are often high net worth investors who back high-risk start-up businesses. Generally, the amounts that they invest are modest as they try to maintain a spread of risk over several investments. In some cases, they are either friends or family of the entrepreneur.

Angel investors typically receive convertible debt or equity in return for their investment. An angel investor may be the first to fund a novel concept. Generally, an angel investment has better terms than subsequent investment rounds.

Unlike venture capitalists, angel investors are less focused on a concept than helping the founders receive the funding they need to make their dream a reality.

The Pros of Angel Investment

The Cons of Angel  Investing