Angels Nest Latam is a company that links startups with angel investors.
The project was co-founded by Mr. Israel Pons in 2015. Israel has an extensive knowledge of the different elements that make up the “entrepreneurship ecosystem” in order to support and strengthen entrepreneurs.
Angels Nest supports projects with a disruptive, innovative and highly scalable approach, and they are the largest network of angel investors in all of Mexico.
As they manage an international network of angel investors with presence in Europe, Latin America and Canada, the group has strong links with business networks worldwide, as well as with several Venture Capital organizations (Venture capital is a private equity form of financing provided by firms or funds to small, early-stage, emerging firms that are deemed to have exponential growth).
At Angels Nest, they successfully train and link entrepreneurs with the right investors, who in addition to providing economic resources, provide their mentoring, corporate discipline and networking, all essential for the development and creation of scalable business proposals. One of their main goals is to make sure that the entrepreneurs achieve their objectives while being driven towards a platform of economic growth and job creation.
Angels Nest started operations in 2015, with more than 300 angel investors.
2016: Named national representative in Mexico by GBAN (Global Business Angels Network).
2017: They are invited to become members of Xcala (Platform designed to accelerate the development of angel investment networks in LAC)
2018: Founding members of EMAAC (Association of Mexican-German Entrepreneurs).
Angels Nest selection process is unique, as the organization links innovative and highly scalable projects with angel investors. They train investors so that their role is not only to contribute with capital, but to add value to companies, sharing their experience and contact network in order to take the necessary steps to achieve success.
- Angels Nest is the only national network that offers ongoing training to angel investors.
- The investment ranges from 750 thousand to 20 million pesos.
- Currently, Angels Nest features a network of 427 angel investors, including four “Family Offices”.
- They have a unique Crowdfunding business model of shares led by their team of Ángeles Inversionistas.
Family offices are private wealth management advisory firms that serve ultra-high-net-worth investors. They offer a total outsourced solution to managing the financial and investment side of an affluent project, individual or family.
Generate investment, spread the word about the “Angel Investor” concept throughout Mexico and Latin America, and how these investors represent a key element for the strengthening of entrepreneurial projects in early stages.
Angels Nest in Mexico
Angels Nest has been recognized as the most active Angel Investors network in Latin America. They were evaluated as the optimal model for Latin America since 2012.
Their alliances with state governments and strategic business partners foster opportunities for exponential and global growth. At national level they currently have presence in 6 Mexican states:
- Mexico City
What can Angels Nest do for your project?
- Association: They conglomerate and associate Angel Investors locally and globally.
- Added value: They allow you to meet investors who get involved, invest and add value.
- Investment: Angel Investors invest through private events and their own platform.
- Legal: They offer your project protection through legally constituted agreements.
If you would like to be a part of this group of investors, or for more information on Angels Nest go to: https://angelsnest.lat/
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