There is a very specific dilemma investor group managers face in their operations - should they focus on deal flow quality or quantity? Today we discuss the two opposing camps, what are the positives and negatives of both, and what can be done to overcome some of their problems.
Now that you’ve decided on the platform you want to use to manage your investor group, it’s time to start thinking about how to set it up. Moving onto a new platform can be tricky - here are some tips on how to make the transition as seamless and easy as possible and an insight into how we do it.
When Keystones created their angel network 5 years ago, they faced the question most groups do - what is the best tool to support their internal processes and communication with members? Fast forward to 2020 when they discovered Dealum can transform their workflow and make it more efficient.
The process of selecting a platform to manage an investor network can be daunting. It’s crucial that you have a clear understanding of what the group needs in order to futureproof your tools. We’ve put together a comparison of the most common systems available right now.
Member engagement is a challenge investor group managers often face, online or offline. There is a lot that can be done digitally to create an active virtual community. Continue reading to learn how to create a positively buzzing network.
Angel investing scene is maturing and attracting the next generation of high-net-worth individuals. Knowledge exchange and cooperation become increasingly more important. What else lies ahead in the angel investing future?
Business software has historically been clunky and corporate-y. SaaS products can be just as complex but need to find a way to seamlessly integrate into the existing processes of the customer. Taking this into account, a good design is no easy feat.