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About Angels and Entrepreneurs, LLC

We expect the founders of the different companies to be active in the Network and deal forums for their pages, pitching different ideas and giving you updates on their products and ideas. We’ve also included a link to each company’s webpage under ‘Contact’ on the respective deal tile, and there you’ll find emails, phone numbers, and other contact information.

Every year we’re hosting our Angels & Entrepreneurs Retreat.

Miami, San Diego, Grand Cayman Islands – it’ll always be somewhere sunny.

Members can network with each other. We’ll have founders come in and pitch their startups, everybody in one place. There will be cocktail parties with champagne toasts, incredible food, probably a lot of golf… the whole nine yards. All told, it’s really just an excuse to throw a big party.

And you’re invited. We’ll be sending out more details when I know the specifics.

Neil Patel is a New York Times bestselling author. The Wall Street Journal calls him a top influencer on the web, Forbes says he is one of the top 10 marketers, and Entrepreneur Magazine says he created one of the 100 most brilliant companies. Neil was recognized as a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 30 by President Obama and a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 35 by the United Nations.

To read more, click here.

For too long, angel investing was a private club, where only the rich and powerful could access life-changing deals. But not anymore.

A stunning move by Congress has blown the doors wide open and, on the back of that, the Angels & Entrepreneurs Summit brought together serial entrepreneur Neil Patel and Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec to let you in on how you can take a piece of this new wealth

Today, there is nothing stopping you from becoming a startup investor. You can get in on the ground floor of the startups that could revolutionize every industry and our way of life.

And two of the most successful angel investors on the planet joined forces to show you how to do just that. The end of the Summit launched The Angels & Entrepreneurs Network – where you are right this very second and how you’re able to take a personal stake in Congress’ groundbreaking legislation.

A member of our Customer Support Team can help you answer any questions or concerns you may have about The Angels & Entrepreneurs Network. You can reach them by phone at (866) 310-1498 or by email at support@angelsandentrepreneurs.com

The Angels & Entrepreneurs Network prides itself on being an independent resource, the best in the industry, for today’s angel investors. As such, we do not accept advertisements or donations of any kind from the companies we cover.

This is Neil’s free online publication. It’s a comprehensive and absolute “must-read” for anyone investing in startups. Twice per week, Neil shares the latest news in the startup space, along with his own advice and actionable insights.

Click here to join Neil’s Startup Investor community.

The Angels & Entrepreneurs Network is a global angel investment research service. Investors can access it by visiting our website (www.angelsandentrepreneurs.com).

Investing

Reg A is considered a “public offering” because all Reg A offerings can be generally advertised. Prior to the passing of the JOBS Act, Reg A offerings were limited to raises of no more than $5 million, but they could raise money from any type of investor.  With the JOBS Act, that limit was raised to $50 million, subject to two tiers. Tier 1 offerings can raise up to $20 million in any 12-month period, can be marketed anywhere and raise money from any type of investor. Tier 2 offerings are often called a mini-IPO because the securities can list on stock exchanges such as the Nasdaq or New York Stock Exchange. Through a Tier 2 offering, companies can raise up to $50 million over 12 months.  However, if the investor is not an Accredited Investor, then they cannot invest over 10% of either their annual income or net worth, whichever is greater.

To read more about different types of raises a company can make, just click here.

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Non-accredited investors make up the bulk of investors around the world. In fact, when someone mentions “retail investors,” they often mean non-accredited investors. Put simply, this term covers anyone who has less than $1 million in assets, aside from the value of their home and earns under $200,000.

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To be an “accredited investor,” one of these two conditions must be met. You must have earned an income of over $200,000 or $300,000 if you are married, during the past two years. Or… You need to have a net worth greater than $1 million, not including the value of your home. There is no certification or documentation that names you as an accredited investor. Instead, the company behind the private deal you are trying to engage with will put you through their own screening process to verify your status. Typically, this is just a signed form from your broker or accountant verifying your assets.

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Any investment contains an element of risk. There are some risks that an investor can control, and others they can only guard against. General economic factors, inflation, market value fluctuations, and general conservatism are all risks to every investment. It is important to make well-judged investments based on thorough research to minimize your risk. It is also important to speak with a financial advisor to better understand these risks and market terminology to help assist you in making better decisions for your long-term portfolio.

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It’s possible and probable. The answer depends on several factors: how late you invested, the funding round, how much money the company wants to raise, and more. The average holding period for an angel investment is a few years.

There are three ways you can exit a position – each one is laid out by Neil in the Angel Investor’s Bootcamp Part VIII: Returns and Exits.

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We get this question a lot, and it’s impossible to answer because every investor’s objectives and risk tolerance are different. The short answer: It’s entirely up to you.

Angel investing can be risky. That’s why we recommend diversification as one of the core methods to mitigate risk. In other words, try not to put all your eggs in one basket. If nine out of ten investments don’t work in your favor, the one that does could end up paying over anything you could lose. But you don’t want to put everything you have in one investment that isn’t sure to show you a return.

Investment minimums for each recommendation will be located at the top right-hand side of each deal page. Note: The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulates the financial publication industry. Due to regulations enforced by this agency, we are prohibited from providing our customers with personalized investment advice. Because we are financial journalists – not advisors or brokers – newsletters and investment advisories should never be interpreted as personalized investment advice. Any decisions related to investment amounts should be left entirely up to you and your broker.

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For each angel deal recommendation, there will be an ‘Angel Investor Action Plan.’ Included will be step-by-step directions on how to invest in the angel deal if you are interested. Follow the directions and everything will be laid out for you.

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Managing Account

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If you are still having trouble email us support@angelsandentrepreneurs.com. We will respond within 24 to 48 hours, if not sooner. You can also call us at (866) 310-1498 or text us at (443) 294-7100 Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. ET and 5 p.m. ET.

You can update your name, address, and contact information by going to your Account Settings .

If you need additional help, email us at support@angelsandentrepreneurs.com. We will respond within 24 to 48 hours, if not sooner. You can also call us at (866) 310-1498 or message us on your phone at (443) 294-7100 Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. ET and 5 p.m. ET. 

Orders and Payments

If you have not received your Welcome Package after two weeks of signing up, please call (866) 310-1498 or email us at support@angelsandentrepreneurs.com.

Subscriptions

If you have not received your Welcome Package after two weeks of signing up, please call (866) 310-1498 or email us at support@angelsandentrepreneurs.com.

You will receive deals, vetted by Neil and his team, with high frequency.

Depending on which service you subscribe to, you will receive a varying amount of recommendations per month. Generally speaking, it will be two companies for Founders and Elite Founders (with additional reports and quarterly deals for Elite) and four deals for VIP Founders per month.

Because it would be impossible to send you all of the deal information in a single email, Neil or the team will be sending you an email that lays out when a new deal is posted for you. That note will contain a link to the deal for your convenience.

For each new deal, there will be a wealth of information. Who the company is, their founders, company highlights, market overviews, risks and disclosures, the company’s pitch deck, an Angel Investor Action Plan, contact information, and a Deep Dive video. The video will contain Neil’s preliminary thoughts and research on the deal, and when you can expect his Hot Seat Session with the founder to take place.

One week after thinking about the deal, working through the Due Diligence package, and posting on its deal forum page, you will have access to Neil’s Hot Seat Session with the founder of the company. We will alert you when these are live. A day after that, you will receive a summary of the major talking points (in text) and a Neil’s Take video, highlighting his insight after having spoken with the founder.

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Some features and offerings are dependent on your level of membership. Although The Angels & Entrepreneurs Network prides itself on publishing best-in-class information for an incredibly low price, there are areas that require various levels of buy-in. Elite Founders have pledged their commitment to angel investing for life, while VIP Founders have access to our secret weapon – Neil’s own connections – for Neil Patel’s Private Deal Flow.

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That is The Angels & Entrepreneur Network’s VIP Founder status. In addition to the deal opportunities for Founder-level members, VIP Founders have Neil’s connection as their secret weapon. He has Deal Flow because of his own companies, and members of Neil Patel’s Private Deal Flow are receiving the deal opportunities that have been fully vetted by us – the ones Neil is willing to put his own money into; the deals he wants to have skin in the game for.

To learn more about it, just click here or call (866) 405-7674

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Website

Some features and offerings are dependent on your level of membership. Although The Angels & Entrepreneurs Network prides itself on publishing best-in-class information for an incredibly low price, there are areas that require various levels of buy-in. Elite Founders have pledged their commitment to angel investing for life, while VIP Founders have access to our secret weapon – Neil’s own connections – for Neil Patel’s Private Deal Flow.

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Cache stores temporary files, such as Web pages and other online media, that your browser downloaded from the Internet. A cache can speed up page loading and site performance.

If you’re experiencing inconsistent issues accessing content on the website you may want to try “clearing your cache”. Clearing your cache and cookies will erase your settings from websites you visit regularly. Some effects of clearing cache are:

  • Websites may load a little slower on the first visit afterward, since images and content have to be reloaded
  • If you opted to have certain websites remember your login information (username and/or password), this may be cleared from your browser’s memory. You will have to type in the login information and sign in again to access your account on the website(s).
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