Sand Hill Angels, To Fund or Not to Fund

Sand Hill Angels, To Fund or Not to Fund

By
Arar Han, Ilya A. Strebulaev
2012|Case No.E442

Angel investment in new technology firms has grown in prominence and popularity in the 21st century, particularly in the Silicon Valley. This case reviews the landscape of angel investors, describes the decision making process of an angel consortium operating in the Silicon Valley, and provides profiles of: three actual members of the angel consortium and four real investment opportunities reviewed by the group. Instructors may use the profiles to simulate the experience of investing as part of an angel consortium. This case is available for purchase from ECCH.

Learning Objective
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