While we hope to provide great resources to you here on the Female Funders site, we highly encourage you to check out other blogs and resources on a regular basis to learn different perspectives on angel investing.
Here you’ll find a growing collection of awesome blogs, books, courses and other resources we think will help you be a better angel investor.
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The Insider’s Guide to Silicon Valley Investing just ran its first 2-week course as a partnership between 500 Startups and Stanford. If you’re interested in joining the course when it runs next, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’ve never founded a company yourself, this series will be incredibly helpful as you try to see the world through the eyes of an entrepreneur.
This is an awesome free online course to help you learn the basics of angel investing through. The course features hard-learned strategies and interviews on how to invest in startups.
AngelList is a community of start-ups and investors who make fundraising efficient.
CrunchBase is the world’s most comprehensive dataset of startup activity and it’s accessible to everyone.
Mattermark is a data platform for venture capital companies to quantify signals of growing and potentially lucrative start-ups.
FundersClub is an online venture capital firm that provides online financial matchmaking services.
Kickstarter is a crowdfunding platform for creative projects such as movies, music, art, theater, games, comics, design, and photography.
Indiegogo is a global crowdfunding platform empowering people around the world to fund projects that matter to them.