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Because Angel investors might be professionals such as lawyers, former business associates -- or better yet, seasoned entrepreneurs interested in helping out the next generation. What matters is that they are wealthy and willing to invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in your business in return for a piece of the action. The angels need to meet the Securities Exchange Commission's (SEC) definition of accredited investors. They each need to have a net worth of at least $1 million and make $200,000 a year (or $300,000 a year jointly with a spouse). Angel investors give you money. You sell them equity in the company, filing the investment raise with the SEC. Angel investments commonly run around $600,000. Most investments rounds also involve multiple investors, thanks to the proliferations of angel groups. As for finding angel investors directly, this is the hardest route, by far. First, because they prefer to stay anonymous. And, second, because they don't know you at all. Sometimes rich individuals have built formal family investment offices, with professional managers screening deals for them. But, if they can afford a family office, they prefer to invest $5MM+ in more typical venture investments, not $500K for a startup. Preferably, you need to find an individual that understands your industry and business model and can bring real value to the table. If they have firsthand experience in your space, and they think they can help you accelerate your efforts, it is easier for them to get over the investment hurdle. So, identify those individuals, and try to figure out someone they know, who can credibly make an introduction for you.

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  • Proof of your potential success is missing.
  • I don’t trust you.
  • You have an inexperienced team.
  • Members of your team don’t work well together.
  • You're keeping things from me.
  • You don’t have a business model or plan.
  • Evidence that the startup will earn money is scant.
  • I don't believe you can build your product.
  • Your company is not the first to enter the market or unique.
  • The founder or CEO is uncatchable.
  • Your startup costs too much.
  • You handle rejection poorly.
  • You cold-called me.
  • You don’t focus.
  • You’re way too early for my money.
  • Your company's technology is already forgotten.
  • You’re too slow to launch a product.
  • You lack a marketing strategy.
  • What problem were you trying to solve again?
  • You don't understand the industry.
  • You don't understand the word "lean.",
  • You're not concerned about tomorrow.

 

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An angel investor is a wealthy individual who invests his or her personal capital in a company in exchange for equity in that company. Angels are usually accredited investors, meaning he or she has a net worth of $1 million, or they had an individual income of $200,000 each of the last two years and an expectation of the same for this year, or they and their spouse had a combined income of $300,000.
Angels typically fund a start up at the seed stage of a company. There is a higher risk associated with angel investments as they are dealing with an unproven business model. It's also probable that the company doesn't have a product and, if they have customers, they might not have significant revenue. However, they are more forgiving on the types of metrics that VCs use to measure a potential investment. According to Harris, when angels came along them "expanded the reach of the venture capital model."
You'll typically see an angel investment in one of two options. Angels can invest independently or with a group. If investing with a group they can do it as part of an angel fund or as part of an angel syndicate. Angels back a syndicate, which is led by a notable angel investor, and they pay a carry (carried interest) back to the lead as a percentage of a profit they make on the deal. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) limits the total number of accredited investors who can participate in a syndicated deal to 99.
These group invests are sometimes referred to as "crowdfunding" but, for the sake of clarity, we will not refer to them as such in this article. Regardless of the type of angel investing you pursue, you should be sure to vet the investor or investors beforehand.
"When you bring an angel on board, you want to make sure you have the right one.They become your business partner whether you like it or not. You would hope that the angel, in addition to capital, brings a rolodex that they can tap into and/or relevant business experience that they advise you in."The glaring opportunity with angel investing is for companies that are just getting started and haven't been able to completely think through all of the aspects of building a business. It also works well for companies that need quick access to capital. “Usually the time needed to take an investment from an angel is significantly shorter than the time needed to raise a similar investment from a traditional VC firm,
While you may be able to get money for a fresh company, or raise capital quicker than you expected, there are still some considerations to make. While there are individual angels that have tremendous insight into building a company, there are also young founders fresh from an IPO or acquisition who might not have the knowledge that can help your company. Try contacting other start up leaders in that angel's portfolio to see if he or she would be a good fit for you.
Angel syndicates provide access to even more capital, but they they might be difficult to get non-financial help from as well. You can find that angel investor who not only will invest in your start-up, but will also sit on your shoulder, offering mentorship, solid advice, and provide access to their network of contacts.Places to start include, Angel Capital Association, and Angel Investment Network, all of which have thousands of angel investors who provide information on the type of investments they are seeking
Your start-up is your baby, and you want it to grow and flourish, so working with an incubator or accelerator gives you a whole host of investor resources to watch that business grow up and succeed. These investors are primarily interested in taking on a bigger role to help turn your idea into a viable business model as well as provide the funding sources to make it happen.
Beyond LinkedIn, which is still a place to look for investors, numerous professional social networking sites have launched that can help connect you with all types of investors across all industry specializations and business segments. Many of these new professional social networking sites even connect you with investors from other countries who want to participate in the global business environment and often bring your product or service to their part of the world.
Considered a traditional path to investor funding, private equity firms give you access to everything from a few thousand to millions in investment, primarily to those start-ups considered to be in the early stage with great growth potential across a wide range of industries.
Finding an investor in a friend or family member isn't a hard sell because they already believe in you and are passionate about helping you succeed. Just remember if you use this funding avenue, make sure to keep your personal and professional relationships as separate as possible by getting everything in writing and clearly explaining the risk involved in investing in a start-up - and make sure they understand they could lose their investment. Don't risk losing friends or family over investments.
Not only can you spend time finding investors through the channels mentioned here, but you can also help them discover you through a concerted personal marketing effort. This means putting yourself out there where investors are bound to find you, including a website, social networking sites, guest posts on established blogs and personal blog posts, conversations on Quora, and traditional media outlets.

Question No 2 
Let’s say that I like you and your idea but not your team. Don’t expect an investment from me. I need to be sure that members of your team have the qualifications and discipline to complete tasks, meet deadlines and follow through on objectives. 
There are no preorders or not many signups for your product or service. So I won't be interested in your company. If you can’t prove that people are willing to pay for your service, then why should I, as an investor, give you money? 

Q1.
Because Angel investors might be professionals such as lawyers, former business associates -- or better yet, seasoned entrepreneurs interested in helping out the next generation. What matters is that they are wealthy and willing to invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in your business in return for a piece of the action. The angels need to meet the Securities Exchange Commission's (SEC) definition of accredited investors. They each need to have a net worth of at least $1 million and make $200,000 a year (or $300,000 a year jointly with a spouse).
Angel investors give you money. You sell them equity in the company, filing the investment raise with the SEC. Angel investments commonly run around $600,000. Most investments rounds also involve multiple investors, thanks to the proliferations of angel groups.
As for finding angel investors directly, this is the hardest route, by far. First, because they prefer to stay anonymous. And, second, because they don't know you at all. Sometimes rich individuals have built formal family investment offices, with professional managers screening deals for them. But, if they can afford a family office, they prefer to invest $5MM+ in more typical venture investments, not $500K for a startup. Preferably, you need to find an individual that understands your industry and business model and can bring real value to the table. If they have firsthand experience in your space, and they think they can help you accelerate your efforts, it is easier for them to get over the investment hurdle. So, identify those individuals, and try to figure out someone they know, who can credibly make an introduction for you.
Q2.
· Proof of your potential success is missing.
· I don’t trust you.
· You have an inexperienced team.
· Members of your team don’t work well together.
· You're keeping things from me.
· You don’t have a business model or plan.
· Evidence that the startup will earn money is scant.
· I don't believe you can build your product.
· Your company is not the first to enter the market or unique. Muhammad Zubair 13/01/2017

· The founder or CEO is uncatchable.
· Your startup costs too much.
· You handle rejection poorly.
· You cold-called me.
· You don’t focus.
· You’re way too early for my money.
· Your company's technology is already forgotten.
· You’re too slow to launch a product.
· You lack a marketing strategy.
· What problem were you trying to solve again?
· You don't understand the industry.
· You don't understand the word "lean."
· You're not concerned about tomorrow.

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