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20th September 21

Angel or VC for Early Stage?

Unlike VCs, Angel Investors are hands on. They understand the industry and have domain experience from actually working in the industry.

VCs tend to be finance whiz kids who are no doubt very good at assessing your company financial metrics and ratios but they cannot and will not help you fix those very financial metrics. You will simply get rejected if you don't meet those metrics. VCs are more suitable for later rounds like Series A. 

Only angel investors who are still entreprenuers at heart will understand your domain, technology and challenges. They are the right investors who will give you a twofer. Money and mentoring. So where is the confusion?

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