Startups need to go from the obscure to the obvious. That’s because true innovation doesn’t look like anything useful at first and the best ideas start as bad ideas. Until they’re not.
So what about Angel Investors?
Are we going to miss the next generation of Angel Investor because they don't look like what we think they should look like?
Are they patient? In a rush? Rich? Pay-As-You-Go?
And what do they want? Money? Learning? To be right?
If you can spot them will you both benefit? Or is this just something else to ignore while we look for the obvious?
Important: None of these posts are investment advice. If you are thinking about investing you should seek the advice of a suitably qualified independent advisor.