Rhona Campbell, a board member of Investing Women, explains what founders should look for in an angel investor, and why seeking investment in a challenging time can be a good thing.
- Make sure you do due diligence on your potential investor, checking which sectors they’re involved in
- It’s more than just the money. Angel investors should also be able to offer expertise, networks, and advice
- Investors are still looking for good value propositions: and Rhona feels that the best innovations come in challenging times