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For tech founders, the biggest opportunity cost shouldn't be the support of loved one and best mates.
"If you can wipe your nose, you can be a VC," Singh said. "Please don't tweet that."
The average angel is 47 years old, makes $90,000 a year, invests in one out of every 10 deals he sees, invests $37,000 in each deal, and lives in California. The halo and the wings? Those are just for show.
Editor's Pick Series A crunch? There ain't no Series A crunch, just too many inexperienced angels throwing dumb money after bad.
Angel network Keiretsu Forum Northwest has invested $15.8 million into 27 startups this year.
If you could bottle the essential startup advice of some of the best founders and VCs in the world, what would it look like? Pretty much like this.
Intercom, a customer relationship management-focused startup, has raised $1 million from a bevy of Silicon Valley’s trendiest angel investors.
Yeah, we said trendy. Rather than taking checks from a slew of long-time angels in the area, Intercom has turned to …