Resources for Angel Investors

 

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Age of the Angel 2.1

Purchase NAO-Ontario’s best practice guide Age of the Angel 2.1. The latest version of our guide contains best practices and examples on Angel investing.

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Angel Capital Association

The Angel Capital Association is the industry association for Angel Investors in the United States with a membership of over 200 angel groups and and more than 12,000 individual accredited investors.

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NACO resources & events

Members of the National Angel Capital Organization, Canada’s industry association for Angel investors and groups, enjoy access to national events & training.

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The World Bank

The World Bank provides a “how to” guide on creating Angel Groups and the need for Angel investing.

 

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Series Seed

Series Seed provides a standardized set of documents that can be quickly and easily deployed for a seed investment:  to help get a company financed properly, legally quickly and intelligently.

 

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 Raising Angel Capital: A Guide for Scientists

This  guide, tailored specifically to Canadian scientists, provides a step-by-step process for scientists looking to secure funding specifically from Angel investors.

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Examination of the Impact of Ontario’s Angel Network

The Center for Venture Research was engaged by NAO-Ontario to provide an external review of the Angel Network Program and the Investing in Business Innovation program.

Startup Funding Forum

Recordings from NAO-Ontario’s Startup Funding Forum. Includes three panel discussions, a keynote and a sample pitch from an angel-backed company.

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Angel Resource Institute

The Angel Resource Institute actively creates and acquires research, templates, investment experiences, and best practices for posting and use by angels, entrepreneurs, researchers, and the startup support community.

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MaRS Discovery District

MaRS, Toronto’s Regional Innovation Centre, provides a library that contains templates, articles, reports, workbooks, reference guides and videos covering topics such as funding, governance, term sheets.

Best Practices for Creating an Angel Investors Group: An Operational Guide to Starting and Scaling

Developed by the Golden Triangle Angel Network, this 82-page handbook acts as a comprehensive guide to the ins-and-outs of starting an Angel group and a navigator for the decision-making process at various stages, and shares examples of how Ontario Angel Networks have worked through challenges. If you would like to receive a copy of this handbook, please contact info@nao-ontario.ca.