Angel investors provide significant amounts of capital to start-ups and established businesses in exchange for an equity share of the business – they can also provide advice and industry contacts, but may want a say in the company’s future decisions.
Running your business from home brings an enormous number of benefits. However, it can also bring difficulties, such as a closer fusion of work and domesticity. One of the most difficult challenges home-based entrepreneurs face is maintaining professionalism at all times; these five tips should help you do so.
Dreamstake’s Angel Talk event bought an audience of startups and entrepreneurs to the Club Workspace venue at The Leathermarket on Wednesday 13th March.
Paul and Marina, the Dreamstake dream team, put together a fine hat-trick of speakers. Three Angel Investors - Charlotte Mason, Tony Kypreos and Judy Piatkus - took to the Leathermarket’s stage to share their knowledge.
The aim of this article is to make the case for a fresh approach to small and medium-size enterprise financing, particularly the so-called equity gap. It proposes an instrument termed royalty funding, which would enable owner-managers to hire risk capital, rather than be hired by it.
Venture capital provides significant investments – upwards of £2,000,000 – to high-potential businesses capable of rapid growth. This investment is made in exchange for an ownership of company shares.