Angels to the Rescue

Angels are accredited investors who deploy capital in early-stage companies in exchange for equity ownership. Angels are often committed to seeing the next generation of entrepreneurs succeed in addition to financial returns. Colorado prides itself on having one of the oldest angel groups, as well a plethora of angels that are willing to give back.


  Denver Angels  seeks to invest in early stage technology companies, especially companies located in Denver.

Denver Angels seeks to invest in early stage technology companies, especially companies located in Denver.

  Four Points Funding  is western Colorado's premiere angel syndicate, dedicated to finding early stage companies in Western Colorado.

Four Points Funding is western Colorado's premiere angel syndicate, dedicated to finding early stage companies in Western Colorado.

  Keiretsu Forum Rockies  has its 42nd chapter located in the greater Denver area. All deals are shared across the Keiretsu network.

Keiretsu Forum Rockies has its 42nd chapter located in the greater Denver area. All deals are shared across the Keiretsu network.

 
  Rockies Venture Club  creates value for investors by identifying and investing in high potential early stage companies.

Rockies Venture Club creates value for investors by identifying and investing in high potential early stage companies.

  T  elluride Angels  is a diverse group of successful entrepreneurs and corporate executives who now either live in or spend significant time in telluride. 

Telluride Angels is a diverse group of successful entrepreneurs and corporate executives who now either live in or spend significant time in telluride. 

  Vail Valley  invests in companies  and  people who have a defined objective, a strategic plan to improve the local community and a goal of a profitable return.

Vail Valley invests in companies and people who have a defined objective, a strategic plan to improve the local community and a goal of a profitable return.


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