Angel Investors

By Rieva Lesonsky The end of the year is a good time for small and midsize business owners who benefit from U.S. consumers
By Debi Kleiman, Babson College How can you make sure your eagerness to learn comes across in a meeting or pitch? Take an
Each of these is a great example of a woman stepping up to lead business as a force for global change - on her terms! "Feminism
Despite the fact that the number of women-owned businesses is on the rise, we still face an uphill battle. In the U.S., gender-based challenges - including stereotypes and access to finance - present significant obstacles to women who want to launch and run businesses.
You may be reading that statement and think, "Well, what do I do when my network isn't very big? I have friends and family
It is fashionable to criticize Twitter right now, but you will not see any of that from me. It exceeded my wildest dreams
Most startups begin with 'Friends & Family' (F&F) money. It's supposedly the easiest money to raise. Why? You have an existing
Women entrepreneurs don't have the same kind of networks as men. Enter women investors.
One of ANGIN's first investments was in Wangsa Jelita, a company that specializes in Indonesian-sourced personal care products
An angel investor, Ron is often described as one of Silicon Valley's "super angels". His wealth and giving is a reminder that tech entrepreneurs aren't the only ones capable of large-scale philanthropy; the sector's investors are also involved.