Angels Den: Linking Businesses And Angel Investors


Angels Den Links Exciting Businesses With Experienced Business People Who Can Provide Investment And Make Things Happen

Gary Stern

Angels Den Investor

SIPPclub Member

I’ve been an Angels Den investor for a while. For years, I was disappointed with the way my insurance company was managing my pension.  I used to get the statements and do nothing with them.  Finally, I took action.  I transferred the money to a SIPP and now I make all the investment decisions.  Not only is it growing quicker than before, I’m thrilled to see my money at work.

Angels Den Is A Crowdfunding Platform That's Been Helping Entrepreneurs Get Funded Since 2007

Angels Den is an award winning angel-led crowdfunding platform, which combines the UK’s largest angel network with an equity crowdfunding platform.  Angel-led crowdfunding is an evolution of equity crowdfunding, giving each raise smart money, which increases a business' chance of long-term success.

The platform raises equity investment for pre-screened, unquoted, incorporated businesses and is one of the three largest equity crowdfunders in the UK. Investors are registered as members and classified as high net worth, sophisticated investors, professional persons or companies.

Angels Den differentiates itself from other platforms by providing an anchor investor in every deal and offering the same rights for the crowd as for angels.  Having an anchor angel in every deal provides the business with calculated capital and is the reason why we lead the industry with over 90 per cent of companies funded by Angels Den still trading.

Angels Den has a large base of experienced and new angel investors and runs several highly respected syndicates with a wealth of experience across the globe.

Angels Den also runs several events giving you the chance to meet a selection of pre-screened businesses, ask them questions and co-invest with other like-minded investors. Angels Den holds free masterclasses for investors before its pitching events, where you can improve your knowledge on all areas of investing.

Visit the Angels Den website for full details.

SIPP And SSAS Investment On Angels Den

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