AngelList is a U.S. website for startups, angel investors, and job-seekers looking to work at startups. Created in 2010, the platform has a mission to democratize the investment process and to help startups with their challenges in fundraising and talent.

AngelList Syndicates allow startups to raise money from accredited investors investing alongside prominent angel investors.

AngelList was founded in 2010 by serial entrepreneur Naval Ravikant and Babak Nivi. Using the traction from the Venture Hack blog on entrepreneur financing, Naval and Babak started a list of 25 investors with whom they would share interesting companies to invest in.[1] They announced the list as “AngelList” in 2010, with the subscription of 50 angel investors who intended to invest USD $80 million that year.

Grow your career

Twitch, Stripe, and over 100,000 startups of all sizes have used AngelList to hire people like you. Already know where you want to be? You can apply directly—and privately—to early-stage startups and industry leaders alike.

Mission & Operations

AngelList aims to democratize the investment process. Business Insider dubbed AngelList the “Match.com for investors and startups”. In a recent interview, Naval Ravikant wants more innovation on the infrastructure for innovation itself by helping startups with money, talent, and customers.

AngelList’s Syndicate facilitates startup financing with accredited investors. AngelList Jobs connects talents with startups, with over 35,000 recruiting companies, more than 2,000,000 candidates and 5 million registered users. AngelList’s acquisition of Product Hunt will allow more support for startups with customer generation and product launch.

AngelList Syndicates allow startups to raise money from accredited investors investing alongside prominent angel investors.

For more information check out the website:

Angellist ( https://angel.co )

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