Individual investors often join with others through groups and syndicates, increasing the total deal size for companies seeking early stage funding. They also achieve a spread of their personal risk through a portfolio
investment approach. Individual investments can vary widely, typically from $10,000 to $50,000 per deal, which can aggregate into larger sums for a consortium. This would not be an individual’s primary investment strategy (as a guide, no more than 5-10% of their investment portfolio).
I identified back in 2012 that we could do with this in Geelong and brought together a start up team - this led to the formation of the Geelong Angel Investors Network in December 2013.
The network has appointed me to administer its early stage set-up and initial screening of applications. It is looking for both additional Angel members and for
entrepreneurs with investment opportunities.
To apply, contact me directly or apply to our group via Gust.