You need to be an accredited investor. This typically means you earn more than $200k per year or have >$1m net worth. This is a regulation from the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC). You can learn more about what that means here.
Yes. Angel Investing is high risk. 90% of start ups fail and for those that succeed, equity can take years to become liquid. You should only invest what you can afford to lose.
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A syndicate is a group of people who band together to invest a total amount in a start up. This makes it more attractive for Founders when accepting angel investment because they only have the syndicate Leader to work with, and one name to add to their cap table rather than various individuals. The individuals investing in a syndicate are called Limited Partners (LPs) and the method used for each investment the Syndicate makes is called a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV). This gives the LPs more control over where they invest their money compared to a Fund which asks for investment upfront and then uses a Fund Manager to make all investments thereafter.
We specialize in verticals related to Customer Success, Account Management, Customer Support, Customer Onboarding, Product Adoption, Customer Sentiment, Advocacy, Education, Experience and Professional Services. In a nutshell, if a technology improves customer retention and expansion, we're interested!
We focus on early stage companies i.e. pre seed, seed, Series A and B. However, if we really like a company that's later stage, we'll consider them!
As a syndicate, our minimum check size is $100k. For individual investors participating in deals, the minimum check size is $5,000.
Absolutely. We welcome any introductions to potential deals for investment. Join the waitlist to let us know who we should be talking to.
No. Investors do not need to be located in the US, as long as they self attest to their accredited investor status.