Where Angels Don't Fear to Tread

O'Neill, Katherine
August 2005
njbiz;8/29/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 35, Special Section p17
Presents an article about they ways in which entrepreneurs can attract angel investors. Type of investors who are members of Jumpstart New Jersey Angel Network; Factors that attract an angel investor to a business; Reasons for the difficulty of contacting and attracting an angel investor.


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