The Angel Incubator in SeattleSeattle Angel provides an environment for any accredited investor to participate in early stage angel investing in the Pacific Northwest. It takes as little as a $5,000 input to join in an investment round. Diversify your portfolio in a fun, educational, inclusive environment!
Fund a startup with as little as $5000
Why join Seattle Angel Conference?Seattle Angel provides an environment for any accredited investor to participate in early stage angel investing in the Pacific Northwest. It takes as little as a $5,000 input to join in an investment round. For each investment, a new Investors LLC is created and participating angel investors contribute to the fund that will be awarded at the next scheduled Seattle Angel Conference. Both new and seasoned accredited investors from the greater Seattle area collaborate to leverage their combined knowledge, resources, and experiences to research and select investees. Seattle Angel is designed to help investors diversify their portfolios and create a fun, educational, inclusive environment for making long-lasting connections with like-minded people.
How does Seattle Angel work?Two months prior to the next the Seattle Angel Conference, interested investors apply to participate in the associated Investors LLC. For each investment round, a new collaborative process is kicked off supported by a team of experienced angel investors and fund managers. Extensive due diligence is performed before the investment decision is made at the conference in a majority voting format. During the due diligence process, entrepreneurs present their pitches and investors form small deep-dive groups to learn more and report back to the larger investors group during weekly meetings. Meetings can be joined in person or online. Participation in weekly due diligence meetings is encouraged but optional.
Seattle Angel Conference Term Sheet 2012 <Link>
If you want to become an angel investor and learn best by doing, Seattle Angel gives you a great way of getting started. It’s a forum to meet like-minded investors with whom to collaborate and identify the startup that's the best choice for our collective investment.-Christina Storm, Manager, Investors LLC 2012
-Guest Post by Geoffrey Harris - Angel Investor in Seattle Angel Conference