Study: The Angel Investor Market in Q1Q2 2011: A Return to the Seed Stage (Sohl, Center for Venture Research 2011)
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According to research, the angel investor market showed impressive signs of stabilization in 2011. In Q1,2 2011 women angels represented 12% of the angel market. Women-owned ventures accounted for 12% of the entrepreneurs that are seeking angel capital and 26% of these women entrepreneurs received angel investment in Q1,2 2011. Thus, while the number of women seeking angel capital is low, the percentage that received angel investments is above the overall market yield rate. Minority angels account for 5% (the yield rate for minority owned companies is 17%).
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Keywords: Angel-investing, Yield, women investors
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