The Flathead Beacon (Kalispell) just published this article: Angel Investors in Montana
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The following article appeared in the July 2010 issue of the Flathead Business Journal, but is no longer available online. Last month we described VC firms as limited partnerships in which general partners raise funds from large passive limited partners, such as pension funds, foundation endowments and big corporate investors, and then invest those funds […]
The following article appeared in the May 2010 issue of the Flathead Business Journal, but is no longer available online. As I revealed in last month’s column, I am an active member of the Frontier Angel Fund (Frontier), formed in 2006 to provide mentoring and capital to startup companies in northwest Montana, elsewhere in Montana […]
As many of you know, high-growth entrepreneurs seek capital from three generally non-competing sources: Friend & Family, Angel Investors and Venture Capitalists. F&F often invest up to $100K in idea-stage companies (no product, no customers). Angel investors provide funding in amounts ranging from $100K to $1 million to companies with at least a prototype product […]