Getting Started in Angel Investing
- Brian Collins
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Angel Investing in Australia is a problem that we see every day at Startupbootcamp. Compared to other developed nations, there is a severe lack of investors with the knowledge and network to take advantage of the opportunity early-stage investment provides.
Earlier this year we launched a Limited Partner Program with our Sports and EventTech program to provide new angel investors with an opportunity to learn about angel investors by investing in our cohort alongside Startupbootcamp. The Limited Partners investment program allows the angel investor to learn how to identify and access investments, and then working with the startups learn how capital raises are structured and managed across the lifecycle of the startups.
The program also builds an ecosystem of smart, savvy angel investors and gives the startups on the program a network they can rely on. This group was integral to the success of the Sports and EventTech Selection Days last week and will be working closely with the cohort throughout the program.
We're currently in the midst of closing our second LP round for our upcoming FinTech program. With only a few spots left, we decided to open it up to our larger ecosystem for a chance to get involved.
If you have ever considered investing into early-stage companies, wanted to understand the process of angel investment, or looking for a network to expand your connections in this space, then reach out to Brian Collins our FinTech MD. He can walk you through the opportunity and network we've built up so far.
Brian Collins - Brian@startupbootcamp.com.au
FinTech & FoodTech Managing Director