The highlight of our anniversary celebrations was the panel discussion about future trends in startup and angel investing together with leading angel investor groups and organisations. Key takeaways from this very insightful session can be found in this post.
From industry insights to how-tos for the early-stage investors and group managers.
In April, we celebrated Dealum’s fifth anniversary with a series of webinars together with Equidam. Now we have prepared a two-part summary of the core principles and methods of the Startup Valuation based on what was spoken at the webinar.
Due diligence can sound like an elaborate legal process, but the scope largely depends on the stage of the startup. Evaluating startups is both an art and a science and best results are achieved when combining instincts and experience with the data.
It’s no secret that digital transformation is a hot subject and has been for some time already. Let’s investigate what can digital transformation bring along for an investor group and how to make the most out of this opportunity.
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.
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?
A few subjects in the early-stage investing ecosystem result in a heated discussion and monetising access to seed capital is one of them. Still, angels are a crucial part of the ecosystem and therefore need to be able to feed themselves in order to survive. Here’s our guide to more revenue streams.
Angel investing can be a lonely business. Yet there is no other phase in the company’s lifespan when cooperation is as crucial as during the early stages. Don't worry, BANs are here to help!