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Very little. At the angel/seed stage, they're investing in the founders, so there's no expectation of patents, etc... They might check that you're incorporated in good standing, and ensure you have a solid startup/corporate lawyer, and have good employment and IP ownership agreements with your s...

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The only due diligence a good angel will do are any of the following: 1) Ask anyone who they know that also knows you what they think of you; 2) Use your product to whatever extent possible. 3) Look at what others have invested in that may be competitive. 4) Talk with others who have failed with ...

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This is a question that requires far more than a simple 10-minute answer, as due diligence is an extremely complex subject and only having a few "quick tips" would put you in a very vulnerable position. Generally speaking though, the key areas that you would want to focus on (depending on the ty...

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Firstly I don't think biz dev deals should be combined with financing. If the deal goes through, now you have a potential conflict of interest because a key customer is now an investor who has some say about future direction of the product/company Better to create an SLA level offering and charg...

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