An angel investor is someone who loves to take a lot of risk, who (it is hoped) has a lot of industry expertise, who invests $50,000 or $100,000 in raw startups. This was recorded at a conference last month. It’s a good review of angel investment from two experts.

Although I’ve got the video embedded here–I hope you can see it–you might be better off if you click this link to go to the source site. This is the first segment of a longer talk, and the rest is just as good.

This is from Stanford’s entrepreneurship conference last month. It’s available at the Stanford program’s ecorner video site.

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