Richard Siskey,Charlotte Businessman on Angel Investing and Timing

“What angel investing typically does is fill the gap between start-up and venture capital and has a higher element of risk because of the stage of the business,” explains Richard Siskey. 

“One typically thinks small business when they hear about angel investors providing capital,” says Charlotte businessman Richard Siskey. “While that may be true, it’s essential that a small business owner understands that money from an angel investor is an investment with a needed return over time, not a loan,” explains Siskey. According to Richard Siskey,“ the timing of when the money is invested can be crucial to the overall outcome.” Richard Siskey has spent over a quarter of a century working in the financial markets, angel investing, building businesses and then selling them…(full article)

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One Response to Richard Siskey,Charlotte Businessman on Angel Investing and Timing

  1. Mr Siskey,hope all is well. Would it be possible to meet sometime this week? Please Advise. Thanks.

    Warm Regards,

    DR ROLLE
    (704)885-4256

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