Angel investors cannot rely solely on experience and intuition: Reports from the US and Europe

  • Do I have access and network reach to late stage investors, corporate or potential acquisition partners for startups I may choose to invest in?
  • What exit strategy are my co-investors considering for this deal?
  • Where is my deep level expertise where I can truly add value?
  • How does this combine with the lead investors attributes, can I be influential?
  • Do I already have access to high potential startups or should I join a network or two to increase my reach
  • how do I find co-investors to compliment the skills and knowledge basis that I do not have

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