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AngelList, a platform that connects startups...
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What entrepreneurs need to prove before they get investment.
Big rewards for early investors.
AngelList seeks "a bit of ADHD". No meetings allowed.
[credit provider=”Flickr/amanky” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/amanky/2096493781/sizes/m/in/photostream/”] On Thursday, President Obama is scheduled to sign the JOBS Act which makes it easier to raise funds online. (Although not as easy as the original bill would’ve made it.)Every day we hear from yet another crowdfunding site crowing about the situation.
[credit provider=”Boonsri Dickinson, Business Insider”] Update: Space Monkey won the best new startup prize at the Festival.The startup that got the most attention at yesterday’s LAUNCH Festival?
[credit provider=”Photo by Flickr user kk+” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/kk/5471727779/”] AngelList, the Silicon Valley-based community that connects startups with investors, is opening up shop in New York.Next week, three of its 10 employees will move into startup incubator DogPatch Labs.
[credit provider=”Photo by Flickr user kk+” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/kk/5471727779/”] AngelList, the service that works as a Match.com for startups and investors, is doing really well. It’s one and a half years old today, and so the AngelList co-founders have a post up with some pretty impressive stats: 8,000 intros, 400 investments and 8 […]
Democratization in early stage investments, thanks to amazing new networks like Angel List, is a fantastic and empowering development for entrepreneurs.
[credit provider=”Bloomberg TV”] CapLinked, a startup that describes itself as “LinkedIn-meets-Salesforce for private investing” has announced they’ve raised $900,000 from a-list angels like Peter Thiel and Dave McClure.Eric Jackson, the Founder and CEO of CapLinked, is a PayPal alum and so raised money from the PayPal mafia.
[credit provider=”Profitably”] Adam Neary, co-founder/CEO of New York startup Profitably, has a great post on their long and hard slog to raise money.Now, posts like that are dime a dozen, but Neary’s stands out for one reason: it names names, and says who is or isn’t up to snuff. Great […]
[credit provider=”Photo by Flickr user kk+” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/kk/5471727779/”] AngelList is turning Silicon Valley upside down. It’s basically Match.com for startups and business angels, and startups are raising millions from angels on the site almost every day, leaving VCs to scramble for dealflow and paying higher valuations.Not everyone likes it: last week […]
After the weekend kerfuffle over AngelList I was reading Brad Feld’s post on Signal vs. Noise. It’s apropos because there is so much noise these days with e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, blogs, Web shows, etc. that it’s sometimes hard to know when to pay attention and when to keep your head […]
In case you missed all the kerfuffle this weekend, I posted this blog post originally on TechCrunch. I attempted to do a fair balance job of an increasingly important service – AngelList – started by a friend of mine – Nivi with the feelings of a colleague who I respect […]