The Benefits of an Angel Network

1 min read An angel investor will find many benefits in joining an angel network.

The angel network can build resources to share with the angel, such as due diligence.

This is time-intensive work, so it helps to share the load.

Angel networks provide more and better deal flow than individual investors can find on their own.

The bigger the angel network, the more likely there will be knowledgeable investors about the market segments and startup business models. This lets the angel investor pursue deals outside their core expertise.

Angel groups can write bigger checks than individual angels and thus command better terms with the startup.

Experienced angel investors can share their knowledge with new angels. This is particularly helpful in setting valuations, defining term sheets, and supporting the company.

Angel investors can find diversification through the angel network and its deal flow.

An angel network will have more influence over its startup scene than an individual investor.

Consider joining an angel network.

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Hall T. Martin is the founder and CEO of the TEN Capital Network. TEN Capital has been connecting startups with investors for over ten years. You can connect with Hall about fundraising, business growth, and emerging technologies via LinkedIn or email:

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