WSJ: Super-Angels Fill Funding Gap
Many startup companies are betwixt and between when it comes to funding: They need too much for angel investor groups, but too little for venture capitalists. According to the Wall Street Journal (‘Super Angels’ Alight), there is a new breed of investor that fills the gap, the “super angel”.
What makes these angels “super” is their ability to attract other investors. Whether collaborating with one another informally or through recently-formed funds, they can invest $1 million or so and be satisfied with an exit a few months to a few years later.
Dana H. Shultz, Attorney at Law +1 510-547-0545 dana [at] danashultz [dot] com
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