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Jocelyn Chang: Comparing Angel-Investing Models
Chaplinsky, Susan; Glynn, John W.; Kelly, Dorothy C. Case ENT-0063 / Published May 13, 2005 / 16 pages.
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In late 2004, a cashed-out entrepreneur in the health sciences decides to pursue private-equity angel investing as a means to fulfill her professional, financial, and personal objectives. Jocelyn Chang investigates three different types of angel organizations: the Band of Angels, Tenex Medical Investors, and the Washington Dinner Club. As part of her research into private-equity investing, she explores recent (postbubble) developments in both angel investing and the venture-capital industry.

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    In late 2004, a cashed-out entrepreneur in the health sciences decides to pursue private-equity angel investing as a means to fulfill her professional, financial, and personal objectives. Jocelyn Chang investigates three different types of angel organizations: the Band of Angels, Tenex Medical Investors, and the Washington Dinner Club. As part of her research into private-equity investing, she explores recent (postbubble) developments in both angel investing and the venture-capital industry.

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