September 7, 2016 by Fred Haney
What’s the difference between angel investors and venture capitalists?
See the blog on this subject. While VCs lean toward the more complex “disruptive” deals, Angels lean toward somewhat simpler and less capital-intensive deals. Most angel deals are around $1 million. That’s generally too small for venture capitalists, who usually need to put money out in larger bundles, which they sometimes do in a series of “tranches.”