Data Bank: How Much Angel Money is There Really?
Angel investors often provide a start-up's very first infusion of funding. In uncertain economic times like these, angels tend to guard their cash carefully: They tend to shrink how much they'll put into a company, and look to diversify their investment strategy—offering smaller amounts to more companies, accoridng to Jeffrey Sohl at the Center for Venture Research.
Average size of angel investments:
In 2005: $523,232
In 2010: $324,717
Number of angel investments:
In 2005: 41,500
In 2010: 61,900
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