Struggling to find financing is one of the harshest realities of startup life — with several businesses essentially starting from scratch. According to a 2019 study from SCORE, 42% of entrepreneurs are bootstrapping, starting with less than $5,000 in cash reserves.
When startup founders hit a certain point — often after dipping more into their savings than they’d like or exhausting what family and friends are willing to chip in — they start to explore other courses. One of the more attractive yet challenging options is landing an angel investment.
Here, we’ll go over what an angel investor is, review
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