Angel Partners Reveals 'Fantastic' Year for Startups and Angel Investors in 2019 as Interest for Early Stage Startup Increases

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Online angel investment platform, Angels Partners, announced this year had been exceptional in connecting entrepreneurs and investors across different locations (India, USA & EU) and industries.

Angels Partners is becoming one of the most efficient ways to connect angel investors with startups and we continue to see strong growth with investors keen to connect to our wide pool of early-stage businesses.

Angels Partners connects startups with angel investors and now made over 100,000 connections in 2019 alone on the platform.

Angels Partners received over 10,000 pitches in the past year from entrepreneurs across the globe, with the figure increasing a 10X fold over 2018.

Fundraising can be tedious work; taking tremendous amounts of time and energy, through a slow, and often, inefficient process. At Angels Partners, we streamline the investment process and make it easier for investors and entrepreneurs to connect. 

By scoring every business project, we are able to pre-select and match founders with our investor database. Our score is based on the team's experience in their industry, the stage of the startup, it's revenues, location and markets.

Angels Partners has been involved in several significant raises in the past 12 months across a variety of industries, including booming sectors in FinTech, SaaS and Artificial Intelligence.

2019 has seen very strong interest from angel investors willing to diversify their portfolio into riskier investments, such as early stage startups. Investors are looking for innovative ways to find out about startups that match their criteria of investment and stand out from the rest of the market.

Angels Partners has extended its reach to Indian startups where the demand is exceptionally strong. With an economy booming, Bengaluru has been a big hit for Partners this year for both angel investors and startups.


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