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Tech Coast Angels has the strongest network

08/14/2014 - 4:50pm
The network of an investor is incredibly important both for raising additional capital, as well as strategic expertise in a given area. Tech Coast Angels, which claims to be the largest angel investment organization in the US, features over 300 members covering all of Southern California and led all angel groups in terms of network centrality – a measure of network strength. Palisades Ventures was the most prolific follow-on VC for Tech Coast Angels, as the LA-based VC shares multiple portfolio companies with Tech Coast Angels.

Tech Coast Angels Invests in HitFix

07/05/2013 - 9:27pm
Text Successful Entertainment Site Closes New Round of Funding From Media Guru Gordon Crawford, Tech Coast Angels and Golden Seeds

Tech Coast Angels Number Two In Angel Investments Report

04/16/2013 - 8:00am
The Tech Coast Angels, Southern California's largest angel investment group, is ranked number two in the nation this year in terms of the number of deals the group did, according to the latest 2012 Halo Report. The report, a national survey of angel group investment activity, was released today by The Angel Resource Institute (ARI), Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and CB Insights. According to the report, the Tech Coast Angels slipped from last year's number one position, due to the activity of the New York Angels. Overall, the report found that...

Dave Berkus: Why I'm an angel investor

04/08/2013 - 6:47am
 By JAN NORMAN COLUMNIST / ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER Local professional angel investors call Dave Berkus, 72, the "uber angel." In the business start-up world, angels are wealthy, experienced entrepreneurs who invest money, time and expertise in young ventures. Many angels refer to one...

LA Times - Tech Coast Angels Los Angeles launches program to fund start-ups in 30 days

02/28/2013 - 7:56am
By Andrea Chang February 27, 2013, 9:05 a.m. Good news for local entrepreneurs: Tech Coast Angels' Los Angeles branch has launched a program to fund start-ups in 30 days or less. Michael Green, president of the L.A. branch of Tech Coast Angels, said the Screening2Deal in 30 Days program would speed up the process to get start-ups off the ground. The move is also designed to raise TCA's profile among entrepreneurs, who often seek out funding from more well-known investors or accelerators in the area, he said...... more at ...