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High

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Animation

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Equivalent to FETAC

Level 5

Equivalent to QCF (UK)

Level 3

Language

EN

Publisher

Stanford

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Comments & Reviews

  • Mauricio Ortega United States of America Great Info Thanks! Alison.com 2014-07-28 21:07:28
  • Veronica Natale Canada Awesome! I never knew all that went into angel investing! 2014-07-24 04:07:38
  • Jidayi Ijudigal Nigeria excellent course about angel investors in startups 2014-07-16 04:07:08
  • Samvel Aleksanyan Armenia Great course! 2014-06-01 14:06:41
  • Sunny Trencio Saudi Arabia great information 2014-05-06 13:05:23
  • Thelma Eyvette Marie Hughes United States of America It was very informative. I didn't realize any entrepreneur could get angel investors or even that these angels were so wide spread. And I thought Silicon Valley was a desert country kind of place, not a business venture mentality. I highly recommend this simple course for those who want to become successful in business. I've owned a business for 29 years...in name only! It never was successful.. I can guarantee it will succeed now that I have this information to look to again and again. Thank you Alison for making this available to dummies like me!!! (I'm not really a dummy, am I?) Just kidding...Lol. 2014-03-27 16:03:01
  • Gary Miller United States of America Course Module: Module 1: How to get angel investors supporting your business Course Topic: Balancing Team, Idea, and Market Comment: Very informative content. Just what I needed at this point. 2013-06-03 00:06:02
  • Frederick Anning Ghana Course Module: Module 2: Angel Investors AssessmentCourse Topic: Angel Investors AssessmentComment: A potential investor is likely to invest in a business if the project to invest in is worthwhile, this means that the project will yield high returns (profitable. The profitability of a project is what an investor will likely look at in order to realize returns of his investment 2013-05-24 17:05:09
  • Hardesh Kumar India Course Module: Module 2: Angel Investors Assessment
    Course Topic: Angel Investors Assessment
    Comment: The term 'Angel Investor' started in the 1930's when people invested in movies that were being produced in Hollywood. The term carried its way into the technology sector and today 'Angel Investor' describes an individual who invests in early stage companies or start-ups. In this free online course Ron Conway and Mike Maples discuss what an Angel Investor can do for early stage companies and what criteria investors use to give financial backing to companies. They explain how investors assess failure and success, and what advice they would give to start-ups. They also explain how the important transition for any company from an Angel Investor to Venture Capitalists should proceed. This course will be of great interest to entrepreneurs or business professionals who work in early stage companies or start-ups and are considering applying for financial support from Angel Investors. Few people can advise on angel investing better than Ron Conway and Mike Maples. If you are thinking of raising angel investment capital, we suggest you first study this free online course 2012-08-23 11:08:56
  • Hardesh Kumar India Course Module: Module 1: How to get angel investors supporting your business
    Course Topic: A Match Made in Heaven? Your Angel Investor and You
    Comment: While some angel investors invest by giving loans to a business, minority equity ownership position is the preferred choice for more than half of angel investors (Angel’s Touch!!! An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Informal Investment, Industry Canada). This means that your business has to be structured to allow for investment (and that if you are the sole owner of your business, you have to be prepared to give up a certain amount of ownership if you want to attract angel investors). Most angel investors will expect a formal shareholder’s agreement which lays out the nature of their investment and the return. 2012-08-23 11:08:09
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