How to fly with business angels? John Ason at IDCEE 2013 Startup Stage
Business Angels don't invest in boring startups and boring people - says John Ason at IDCEE 2013 Startup Stage. John has been an angel investor for over 17 years specializing in early stage pre-revenue companies. He has made over forty investments in the areas of e-commerce, technology, advertising, digital social media and entertainment. John mentioned that Business Angels invest in projects their own money; therefore startup presentation should be just for 1 page without exclusions. John also commented on company culture. According to him, one of the most important things here is the speed. Business Angel pointed, that investors want to get detailed market data, complete management team, explicit problem statement.