Raising money from Angel investors is tough! This article provides a list of tips and techniques to help you improve your chances of securing investment dollars. You firstly have to create a broad list of well credentialed investors preferably with domain expertise in your area. You then need to methodically work through this list to identify the very best prospects for you to focus your time and effort on.
High profile recognition for Jess May of Enabled Employment - http://www.smh.com.au/.../australias-most-influential-female-...
Enabled Employment raised successfully from Capital Angels and Sydney Angels following participation in GRIFFIN Accelerator in 2014. Exciting times - will you be our next great innovator? The article also recognises and Michelle Melbourne of Intelledox Pty Ltd - a leading Canberra business person and Capital Angels supporter.
Angel Investing is a popular topic of conversation in the media as a result of the Federal Government's National Innovation and Science Agenda and the recent changes to the tax laws around Capital Gains tax relief for early-stage investments. However, as an asset class investing in early-stage companies is high risk and carries many unforeseen pitfalls. To help educate people who are considering becoming an Angel Investor I have provided my Top 10 hints and tips for getting started.
2015 ended with Capital Angel’s tenth anniversary, an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the work of those who had the foresight to get Capital Angels started and those who have helped us grow. The first ten years have put us in a fantastic position to launch into the next ten years. We are very excited about what this year will bring and feel there is much to look forward to.