Friday September 18, 2020

The Lowdown: Tips for start-ups

This week: angel investment.

30th June, 2012
Niall Byrne, president, Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland. Photo: Tony O'Shea

As the concept of angel investing is still relatively new in Ireland, precise data is not yet widely available.

However, a report drawn up in May 2009 by the British Business Angels Association (BBAA) - 'Business angel investing: Promising outcomes and effective strategies' - indicated that, on average, angel investors acquire 8 per cent of any firm that they are investing in.

Just 10 per cent of the investors that were surveyed took a stake of more...

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