It is no secret that the world of venture capital (VCs) was turned upside down by the recent Recession, and many other changes in the marketplace. I see now emerging a new wave of investors, popularly known as “super-Angels,” micro-VCs, or “super-seed” investors. Every early-stage startup should explore this new funding alternative.
Examples of some leaders in this space include Mike Maples in Silicon Valley and David S. Rose in NYC, who each make up to ten investments a year of up to $250,000. Business Week ran a more thorough analysis of this movement a while back, which I have updated below. I would conclude that the genesis of this trend comes from several forces, including the following:
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