The growth of startup firms is increasing, but one of the dilemmas they usually face is the lack of capital. Google for Entrepreneurs and Startup Angels decided to join forces to address the evident demand of investors during the seed capital stage. Google for Entrepreneurs is a firm that collaborates with startup communities and creates campuses that will enable entrepreneurs to learn, network and succeed.
Director of Google for Entrepreneurs, Mary Grove, said that they have assisted thousands of entrepreneurs get their companies up and running with the help of their partners both worldwide and at Google’s Campuses. She further added that their tandem with Startup Angels is an important addition to their network, and that they are enthusiastic to assist entrepreneurs to get the capital they need. She is hopeful that their partnership will encourage and motivate thousands of startup angel investors in, and beyond, Silicon Valley.
Startup Angels is dedicated to build the very first platform devised for the empowerment of angel investors and also lead investors into new markets, locally and internationally. The company has been operating for three years and is now committed to raising the volume of startup investors, as well as the required financial backup. Their workshops and conferences are a combination of thorough research, original storytelling and technology to direct potential investors onto the right path of becoming excellent startup angels.
According to CEO and Founder of Startup Angels, Leslie Jump, there may be a lot of startups all around the globe, but not enough venture capital to go around. Jump said that they want to terminate this dilemma of capital by clarifying to investors internationally how profitable fresh startups can be. She also added that their joint venture with Google for Entrepreneurs provides them with the connections and resources they need to quicken their growth tempo and widen the extent of their vision.
The partner companies will conduct a number of worldwide workshops, summits and programs for veteran and novel investors alike. These gatherings will look further into the future of startup investing and evaluate the best available practices. The first of many is the AngelSummit Europe which will be held on June 8-9, 2016 in Dublin, Ireland.