Australian Angels Meet in Adelaide The Australian Association of Angel Investors (AAAI) held their 3rd annual meeting in Adelaide last week. Attendance was over 125, showing a steady increase over the past three years. The messages of interest were consistent with what we are learning around the world. Not many VCs are raising new funds. […]
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National Organizations of Angels and Angel Groups In my last post, I confessed that a decade ago I was skeptical about the value of national organizations of angels and angel groups, but I was wrong. Despite my doubts, I participated as a member of the organization committee of the Angel Capital Association in the US. […]
Syndication among Angel Groups to Close Larger Rounds In recent posts, I have described the growing US capital gap between typical angel and VCs round size. US angels generally invest in rounds of $200K and $1 million, while VCs have moved from rounds of $2-3 million in the ‘90s to rounds of $7-8 million today. […]
After years of individual investment, angels began banding together in the early ’90s to form organized groups. Now angel groups are creating syndic1 Vote(s) Read the original article here.