I recently did a deck and moderated a talk at the Angel Capital Association Leadership Conference in Boston about what different established angel groups are doing on screening deal flow – best practices, tools, sources, staffing, fees, how group size affects it, etc. Lots of data (based on a large survey of almost 100 angel groups, mostly in the US) – some of it is pretty interesting. I have been asked repeatedly to share the slides, so here they are (email readers can access them here).
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