What to expect from your business angel – VoxiKids

When you meet them, ask for feedback!

Ana Onica- Founder and CEO VoxiKids

1. Once they identified the investors, what would your advice be for your fellow founders to engage with angel investors?

First, find the right angel investor(s). The ones that are having the expertise that you need for your startup. When you meet them ask for feedback, present your business to them, and take all the advice you received. The goal should be to get them excited about what you are doing and stay in touch with them.

Be prepared, not everything will sort out from the first meeting, you will need a couple of meetings and meanwhile focus on building a network and analyzing the advice you received.

2. How did the angel investors contribute?

As a startup backed by angel investors, I can say that they are contributing a lot to the startup progress. The chances to be successful are far more grater with their help. They are more focus to help the startups they are involved in, and contribute to sales, attract new investments and business growth,  based on your start-up needs.

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Season 1, 2021

Pitch season is always on at TechAngels, we meet over 70 startups per year and we are screening other 200. Every team we meet is unique but there are also some common traits, especially in business organization and management. We asked our angel investors, who have unique experiences and act as individuals when taking investment decisions, to share one piece of advice they see as being constantly needed, as response to the recurrent problems founders may encounter or as a reflection of their own struggles as entrepreneurs, mentors, business professionals. Thus resulted The Good Advice Booklet which in the end looks like a crash course in management.

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