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How Much Do Angels Invest?

Posted by: Rod Kurtz on July 21, 2006

Angels usually target early-stage startups and invest anywhere from $25,000 to $500,000. Angel investors often provide the seed money to get a business up and running while the founders pursue other sources of financing, such as venture capital. Anything exceeding $500,000 is considered venture capital…

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July 27, 2006 6:26 PM

Simply put, I am the one who mostly placed funds and resources within my company and could really use a lot of outside assistance right now. If anyone knows how I may get in touch with angel investors and/or assist my company and myself in aquiring much needed financing, it would be much appreciated. Even a percentage share is an open discussion and suggestions to make my company better are welcome.

In short, we are a entertainment company encompassing a music production division, music publishing, and indie record label. I wish this and future ventures to succeed in order to be able to help others with "spin-off" companies and even give back to community.

Thank you all in advance.


Sirge, CEO and future financier of outside projects

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