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We have published full success stories and reviews from entrepreneurs that have successfully raised investment through Venture Giants. 

Worthy of note is that a large amount of deals have remained unpublished as entrepreneurs (or investors) have chosen to keep their investment deals confidential.

From Pages 3 onwards, we have have also provided valuable resources and articles for entrepreneurs that are looking to get their pitch and business investment ready.


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What would be your answer if an Angel Investor asked you how he/she could exit from your business angel investment in the future? Perhaps a Shareholder buy back when you have built a successful business? Or how about building a successful business that you can take to an initial public stock offering (IPO)? Or perhaps you intend for your angel investor to exit when your company is successfully built up and sold in three to five years?

Certain industries have garnered more attention than others over the past few years. The most interest has been in software, followed closely by healthcare, biotech, business products and services, consumer products and services, hardware, media and entertainment. Identifying the industry helps to get the potential angel investors attention since most Investors like to invest in areas where they have some interest, knowledge or experience.

How much time and money have you invested in your business so far and what percentage of the total angel investment that you are seeking would you say your sweat equity is worth? Almost every business in start-up or early-stages has a Founder that has invested a great deal of time. Your business is likely no exception and your sweat equity is worth something. This article may assist you in coming up with an exact figure on what your sweat equity is really worth!

Most experienced angel investors expect no less than 31-40% annual returns on their early stage and start up investments. This is the ideal range to aim for and anything less, it might not be of interest to them and anything more, it might not be realistic and send the wrong message to them right from the start.

Have you thought about what you will present to an Angel Investor FIRST if you get the opportunity to have a meeting with them? Too many entrepreneurs fail on their first meeting, not because they have not prepared or because their pitch to an angel investor is not good enough, but, because they have presented the wrong information. This article disloses what you MUST do when you meet an Angel Investor for the first time.

If you have invested any of your own funds into your business than this article is essential! Business Angel Investors want to see as much investment capital from an entrepreneur as possible and the reason for this is if you have a serious financial vested interest in your company and its success - you will likely work harder to insure that the business succeeds.

Angel Investors today have many choices and each part of the angel investment process is an opportunity to assess the capability of the entrepreneur. Calculating the amount of angel funding that your business ACTUALLY requires is one of the most important steps in the process - too little and you are undercapitalised - too much and you could look opportunistic. This article explores how to balance out the amount of Angel Funding that you are asking for.

the first real consideration for an entrepreneur to make when seeking to raise investment capital is to consider a realistic market value on his/her business before even considering entering into any kind of negotiation or investment pitch with ANY business angel investor. But how do you do this for a Seed or early stage investment proposal? Venture Giants looks into how a business angel investor will view your investment opportunity!

This article is one of the few articles on the internet that explores the different types of UK limited company shares and the different types of financing options available to an entrepreneur that will be asked to transfer to an Angel investor in exchange for Angel investment. This information is essential for an entrepreneur that is looking to close a deal with an angel investor - Yes, you will always hopefully seek independent advice from a professional before consummating an angel investment

Take note entrepreneur: your investment summary is NOT the same as your executive summary! Your 'investment summary' is a vital part of the angel capital raising process and is of particular interest to an angel investor because it answers the question of what's in it for them! This is essentially your elevator pitch condensed into a paragraph. What makes your business idea an attractive angel investment opportunity? How much angel finance is needed? how will you spend your angel capital?

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