Are you new to angel investing?
We would like to invite our new members who are interested in learning more about Angel Investing to an orientation seminar and networking opportunity. We will have an open discussion with some of our lead Angels. Email Spencer.firstname.lastname@example.org and let him know you’re interested in learning more.
What is angel investing?
Angel investing is where accredited investors invest a portion of their portfolio into startup companies. Because of the early stage of investing, angel investing is very risky and illiquid. Our angel group seeks between 10x-20x level returns. These high growth opportunities are pre-filtered deals by our angel group, mentors, and students.
Who are angel investors?
Angel investors invest in high risk, early stage ventures by reserving a portion of their total investment portfolio to provide emerging companies with seed and startup capital through direct, private investments. Their goal is to achieve higher returns than the typical public markets provide. An accredited investor has a net worth of more than 1 million dollars excluding their primary residence or an income over $200k for the last two previous years.
In what dollar increments are angel investments made?
Angel investing is an extremely risky asset class and should not be made if the investor is unable to absorb a complete loss of his/her investment. Each individual makes his/her own investment decision on where and how much to invest. In general, angel investments are made in increments of $25,000, however our angel group has lowered that threshold to only $5,000 to help our angels diversify their portfolios.
*All members are invited to come to our weekly screening and Due Diligence sessions on campus in the CCOB every Wednesday at 11am to 12 and work side by side with our students.*