Angel investors, those who invest their own funds and expertise directly into startup companies, appear to be taking on an increasingly important role in driving entrepreneurship throughout the United States. Their investments are in startups and young companies, which have been cited by the Kauffman Foundation as the key source of net new jobs in the country. Nationwide, these angel group investments have opened up new opportunities for centers of innovation and entrepreneurship. The Halo Report found that many deals are syndicated among investors. As a result, companies needing larger investments have access to the additional capital they need to grow their businesses.
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New to the startup investing game? Been on the playing field for a while? What type of startup investor are you? Do you know what to look for when looking at exit strategies? How do you measure the success or failures of management? This whitepaper discusses methods to create understanding and foster the growth of startup investments, while drawing similarities between one of the most popular games in North America, football. This whitepaper covers:Knowing your teamMeasuring managementEngineering your exit If you're new to investing in startups, or have been at the game for awhile this whitepaper can help. Please fill out the form below.