Angel investors are venture capitalists who fund early-stage companies. Often they are the first to seize on new venture opportunities. Their investments support the crucial early growth stages of promising technology companies.
Angel investors play a second, equally vital role: their involvement helps build momentum in a new company, which can be extremely effective in attracting additional investments.
By becoming part of a network, angel investors have access to a community of like-minded individuals. They can share ideas, expand their networks, and ultimately experience the satisfaction of transforming breakthrough ideas into innovations that benefit the world.