Angel & Venture Capital

Angel investors

  • Wealthy individuals or successful entrepreneurs
  • Their investments range from £10,000 to £1,000,000
  • Some also offer mentorship, business advice and contacts
  • Often hope for a return of 10x their investment

Venture capital firms

  • Professional investment firms
  • Invest only in fast-growing businesses
  • Their investments range from £1 million to £100 million
  • Often demand a place on the Board or complete control

Disadvantages of raising private capital

Share of Profits

The investors will become partial owners of your business and you´ll have to share all future profits with them.

Additional Pressure

The investors will expect from you to commit to the business, work hard and provide a good return on their investment.

Loss of Control

The investors may request to be part of the decision-making process in your company. They may even change its direction.

Who is likely to raise angel or venture capital?

Your startup may be able to raise this type of investment if:

  • It can be scaled quickly, followed by a rapid growth in value in the following 3 – 5 years
  • You have an innovative product/service or business model and potential to become the next big thing

Capital Raising Plan

FEE: Request a quote 

TURNAROUND: 2 – 4 weeks

SUPPORT: Email support for 30 days after completion, to help you implement the plan.


An easy-to-follow plan for raising angel or venture capital for your startup. It can include: analysis of milestones and KPIs, funding plan, investor research, research of startup events, pitch deck, elevator pitch, a 6-month plan for achieving your funding goals, etc.

Please note this is a consulting service. We are not investment brokers and cannot introduce you to investors or contact them on your behalf. In case of any questions, please contact us at

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