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Now Officially a Proud Member of ACA (Angel Capital Association)

  We’re pleased to announce that Return on Change is now a member of the Angel Capital Association (ACA) as an accredited platform! ACA is the North American trade association of angel groups and private investors that invest in high growth, early-stage ventures. The ACA is a non-profit organization consisting of more than 200 angel […]

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Four Sources of Startup Capital for Entrepreneurs

Previously, we went over the different types of startup capital and determining which one is most appropriate for your business in its current stage of growth. For those of you in need of a capital infusion to jumpstart your business, we’ve compiled a brief overview of traditional and emerging funding sources. Here are four sources […]

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Ready To Become An Angel Investor? Chart Tells If You Are

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Crowdinvesting has been identified as one of the top investing/tech trends for 2014 by Entrepreneur, Inc., Forbes, CNBC, and more. Therefore, we created this investing infographic for those who are considering becoming an angel investor. Although we encourage and want everyone to have the opportunity to make a difference to an aspiring entrepreneur, we here at Return on […]

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Mythbuster: Startups Using Crowdinvesting Are Low-Grade

There are concerns that startups using crowdinvesting will be those that are unable to receive funding from the traditional sources such as angel investors or venture capitalists. It’s a concern that is without merit and neither speaks to nor considers the shortcomings of the existing system for early stage finance.  Additionally, we are assuming that […]

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3 Reasons Why Title II Isn’t Bad for Angel Investors

Yet again, even prior to the full implementation of Title II (lifting the ban on general solicitation), there has been alarm and concern within the industry. Even the chairman of the Angel Capital Association has stated that angel investors will flee from startup investing due to the potentially ‘invasive’ tactics that will be required to […]

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