startup funding

How Much Should you Invest in a Startup?

In the past, angel investors wrote $50K to $100K checks in the deals that looked promising.  If the deal went well, they would write another $50K or $100K check to add on to their investment.  In today’s world there are so many deals, it’s hard to invest that much into each deal unless you know it’s going somewhere.

For your next startup investment, consider making an initial investment based on the following:

  •        $2500/deal for a seed company
  •        $5000/deal for a growth company
  •        $10000/deal for an expansion company

This allows you to invest in more deals.  As the investment proves itself you can increase your investment.  Online funding portals make this easy to do.


TEN Capital Network Investor Program provides angel investors, vc funds, family offices, and more, with an easy way to invest in Texas-based startups and early-stage companies. Through our online funding portals, one-on-one funding events, and data analytics services we help take the guess-work out of finding investment opportunities to diversify and expand your investment portfolio.

Signing up as an investor with TEN is easy and free. Visit our Investor Page and sign up now!

If you have any questions, please contact us at info@tencapital.group.

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