(PRWEB) September 27, 2012
With startups attracting investors more and more in 2012, the Angel Investment Network blog looks to funnel all that useful info into one place. With information readily available at their fingertips, investors no longer just rely on past sector experience, but now can research through many trends across many global markets. And with Angel Investment groups looking at blogs and social networks, the info available is getting around the world faster than ever.
The Angel Investment Network Blog is a new way to keep track. They sift through data and news updates from around the world, putting together a highlight reel of current market trends. For example, recent insights show that some parts of the US still favor investment in the healthcare industry or analyze why entrepreneurs not only seem to be looking younger, but are.
In addition to this, the blog aims to keep investors and young entrepreneurs motivated via listing roundups of some of the top seed capital and angel investment deals each week. From Series A funding on startups, to tech companies securing seed capital, a range of companies all over the world are tracked here. And its not just tech and healthcare either, recent investments out on the market include car rental companies, recruitment offices and commercial real estate.
The site, along with its network of over 20 local sites around the world also keeps people posted on how other markets are faring, such as South Africa, where some of the main sources of traffic for the Angel Investment network branch there include keywords that include “start up business” in them.
It also looks at various info-graphics around the web, such as how to start up a business in each market, whether you are looking to build a local start up, or expand your business into territory and overseas markets you might not yet be too familiar with. Last but not least, in addition to connecting you to various tips and advice around the web, it also connects users via Twitter to various opportunities and answers any questions early stage entrepreneurs may have.
So find out how to get the business plan together, make the right “elevator pitch” and avoid any initial new business mistakes by going to http://www.angelinvestmentnetwork.net/ -and when ready to move forwards, select a country or target market via the blog, and join a local Angel Investment Network today.