Use ACA to Connect to Angels and Entrepreneurs

The Angel Capital Association offers excellent opportunities to build your firms relationship with more than 13,000 angels across North America, the portfolio companies they invest in, and the tens of thousands of entrepreneurs that view ACA's website. A significant number of ACA website users ask ACA for recommendations on legal, accounting and other professional services. 

Since 2005 ACA has been the trade association of leading angels across North America - providing professional development, best practices, networking and collaboration opportunities for angel investors.  Members angels invest individually or through angel groups, online platforms for accredited investors, family offices, and independent angel investors. ACA also serves as the public policy voice of the angel community.

ACA offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities, from annual partnerships that connect firms throughout the year and across media channels to ACA member organizations to specific events and specialized advertising online and in ACA publications.

To learn more about these opportunities, please call or email ACA Partnership Director Lucy Howell at (520) 878-6683. 

ACA Members and Their Portfolio Companies

Access High Net Worth Individuals

  • 2017 Membership: More than 13,000 individual accredited investors, all of whom are high-net-worth individuals and have their own professional and personal needs and requirements. Many members belong to 260 member angel organizations in every American state and six Canadian provinces. 
  • Accredited investors: Under SEC guidelines, have a net worth of at least $1 million (not including primary residence), an annual income of at least $200,000, or both. Most have a net worth many times that minimum requirement. 
  • Business Access: These individuals serve on thousands of other public and private boards, including audit committees, helping portfolio companies select services providers and othr expertise. 

Access High Potential Entrepreneurs and Startups

  • ACA Member Funding: Each year ACA members fund approximately 3,500 new companies in the US and Canada and also provide additional-round funding to another 3,500 startups. 
  • ACA Member Portfolios: Include more than 91,000 companies in a variety of innovative industry sectors. 

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