Category Archives: Due Diligence

  1. 3 Things Top Angels Do That You’re Probably Missing

    It’s tempting to jump into angel investing when you hear of the track records of successful angels. But before you rush in, know that successful angels have refined their investing philosophy and process over time.     We work with leading angel investors daily and here’s what they recommend new angel investors focus on.  …

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  2. Platform Spotlight: View Evaluation Results

    You’ll get tired of hearing us say this, but evaluate a deal thoroughly before writing that check!  Time and time again, we encourage investors to put in the time conducting “due diligence.” Luckily for Propel(x) users, we want to help you make informed decisions so we make the Evaluation process streamlined and centralized. Remember that…

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  3. Platform Spotlight: Refer an Expert

    In my last platform spotlight post, I delved into the response collection phase of the evaluation process and how investors like you can actively stay on top of management responses as they come in. But what else can you do to be a proactive investor? After all, we at Propel(x) are firm believers in the…

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  4. Evaluating a Startup: 6 Questions To Ask Management Teams

    Angel Investing is risky and not for the faint of heart – that we all know. But for those brave hearts who believe in supporting startups, figuring how to get the key information you need to make an investment decision is crucial — this is especially the case when investing in science and deep technology…

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  5. Due Diligence: The Backbone for Successful Angel Investing

     Deep technology companies are different from your average internet startup. Their risks are different, their development timeline is different, and their cash needs are very different. We have found that having a structured way to evaluate early stage deep technologies startups is key to helping investors make better investment decisions. I wanted to share the…

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