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Demystifying Angel Investment
What is the business of angel investing?
The Business of Angel Investing in New Zealand: A Guide has been written by the New Zealand Venture Investment Fund (NZVIF) as a deﬁnitive guide to angel investing in New Zealand.
Why the business of angel investing?
Discussions with industry players have demonstrated that many angel investors without a background in investing in early stage companies (often referred to as angel investing) want to understand the fundamentals of how to make money from this activity; that is, the business of angel investing.
The purpose of this Guide is to provide a resource for those interested in angel investing and who are keen to learn the basics in a simple how-to guide, developed by NZVIF with the assistance of experienced angels active in New Zealand. The goal is to educate and inform new and existing angel investors, increase the number and likelihood of successful angel investments within the New Zealand angel market, and accelerate the development of the New Zealand angel market.
Who is NZVIF?
NZVIF is a Crown Owned Company that invests in seed, start-up and early stage New Zealand businesses. Investment is always alongside matching private capital. NZVIF investment capital is provided to companies either indirectly through investments into private sector venture capital funds (the VIF Venture Capital Fund) or directly alongside angel investors (the NZVIF Seed Co-Investment Fund). NZVIF is also committed to developing and educating the early stage investment market through initiatives like The Business of Angel Investing in New Zealand: A Guide.