Info for Entrepreneurs

ACA itself is not a source of capital, but we do have helpful information. See the information and links to resources of interest to entrepreneurs in the navigation on the left side of this page.

Our member angel groups and individual accredited investors do make investments in companies that fit their investment criteria and are selected through their investment evaluation processes. You can Find an Angel through our group member directory. We recommend that you link to the Web sites of the angel groups located nearest you to learn more about their investment interests and processes, and if you see a fit, that you contact that individual angel group in the way they request on their Web site.

ACA does not review business plans or provide financing to companies and cannot introduce you or your business to an angel group or other investor. Please do not send us business plans. However, we do have several resources in this section for you, including:

  • ACA Programs for Entrepreneurs - ACA has partnerships with great companies and service providers that provide discounts, mentoring, and expertize that can help startups grow and succeed.
  • FAQs/ Info for Entrepreneurs - Learn more about what angel investing is, general criteria to determine if this type of capital is right for you and your company, basic information on how to prepare for the funding process, and other helpful Web sites, articles, and books.
  • Listing of ACA Member Angel Groups in the United States, Canada, and Mexico with links to each group's Web site. Entrepreneurs are welcome to review the directory to learn about the investment interests and processes of these organizations. If you decide to contact any of these groups, please do so in the way they request on their Web site. This page also links you to a larger set of angel groups, including groups that do not belong to ACA, via the Angel Resource Institute Website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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