Man may have been created equal, but investors absolutely weren’t. Bosses will need to think carefully about who they choose, so here’s how to spot the investor that’s right for you.
Some young entrepreneurs often struggle with being commercial when pitching to angels. Here is a five-step guide to getting your pitch right.
Angel investors can be a valuable source of funding for entrepreneurs. Here is what you need to know to pitch successfully.
It’s not easy to second guess exactly why someone wants to invest in your company but you can usually take more than a fair stab at guessing
The Indian Angel Network (IAN) is set to make its first investment in a UK startup, the Department for Business Innovation and Skills announced.
Excited about your new product or service and desperate to get investment so you can get started? Great! But perhaps you’re not quite sure how to go about obtaining that funding?
Managed to secure an interview with an angel investor? Great stuff. But that’s only half the battle to getting the finances you need to get your business ball rolling.
Entrepreneur Sara Davies gives an insight to what she looks for when assessing investment applications
Only five per cent of UK angel investors are women, according to a Nesta report.
In turbulent times for business finance, the words "risk" and "funding" are inevitably connected. David Hing looks at what to watch out for in each SME funding option.
They constitute an asset class that is three times bigger than UK venture capital. Chances are that you will know one. Or you might be one. Because right now, approximately 18,000 business angels are investing more than £800m each year.
Serial entrepreneur and angel investor Philip Wilkinson tells us about his latest business, Kopi, his love for fresh coffee and the ups and down of "jumping from one crazy idea to another".