Besides our own articles and teaching materials, we have selected some of our favorite books on angel investments and compiled them below.
infoDev is a multi-donor program in the World Bank Group’s Trade & Competitiveness Global Practice that supports entrepreneurs in developing economies. They released a very handy guide for creating an angel investor group, which is an adaptation of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation’s 2004 guidebook.
The book covers all stages of setting up a business angel organization: Reviewing your assessment, building the framework, launching group operations, identifying deals and investing as well as follow-on relationships and activities.
You can download the book here.
They deliver more capital to entrepreneurs than any other source. And they often receive an incredible return on their investments. They’re angel investors, some of the most important–and least understood–players in business today. The United States has close to three million angels, whose investments in startups exceed $60 billion per year. Some of our most successful companies were funded by angels–companies like Ford, AOL, and Amazon.com. But until now, little has been written about these angels, due in part to their preference for anonymity. Angel Investors provides an inside look at who these angels are and how they operate. It also shows would-be angels and entrepreneurs how best to find each other.