Angel investor 

     

A person who provides backing to very early-stage businesses or business concepts. Angel investors are typically entrepreneurs who have become wealthy, often in technology-related industries.

An angel investor is someone who invests in a business venture, providing capital for start-up or expansion. Angel investors are often entrepreneurs who have become wealthy. They are usually looking for higher rates of returns than traditional investors. Frequently, they have technological expertize and can actively contribute to the project.

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