What are a couple of books that explain the process of fundraising from an angel investor perspective?



You may want to check out "Venture Deals" (second edition) by Brad Feld (

It gives a GREAT overview of the entire process and explains the different models from a VC perspective.

Hope this helps.

Thank you.

- michael vizdos

Answered 6 years ago

"Angel Investing: The Gust Guide to Making Money and Having Fun Investing in Startups" by David S. Rose is a good place to start. It's written from the perspective of being an investor, but it's very helpful for those wishing to raise funds as well.

Answered 6 years ago

Michael is right, "Venture Deals" (second edition) by Brad Feld is by far the best book and includes a sample term sheet. It is less about angel investment but they do cover convertible notes. This is an alternative to the CN. Also, here is a link to some startup books.

If you haven't read Lean Startup, read that before pursuing any investment. Hold on and bootstrap as long as you can is my advice.

Answered 6 years ago

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