Super angelwikipedia
Super angel (or "super-angel") investors are a group of serial investors in early stage ventures in Silicon Valley, California, and other technology centers who are particularly sophisticated, insightful, or well-connected in the startup business community.
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Fabrice Grinda

Fabrice Grinda (born 3 August 1974) is a French entrepreneur, blogger for Business Insider and super angel, with more than 200 investments around the world, including Alibaba Group, Airbnb, Beepi, FanDuel, Palantir, and Windeln.

Shervin Pishevar

Shervin Pishevar (born 1974) is an Iranian-American entrepreneur, venture capitalist, super angel investor, and philanthropist.

Ron Conway

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Ronald Crawford Conway (born March 9, 1951) is an American angel investor and philanthropist, often described as one of Silicon Valley's "super angels".

Howard Lindzon

Howard Lindzon is a Canadian author, financial analyst, technical analyst and super angel investor.

Startup company

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Super angel (or "super-angel") investors are a group of serial investors in early stage ventures in Silicon Valley, California, and other technology centers who are particularly sophisticated, insightful, or well-connected in the startup business community.
In Series A rounds venture capital firms will be participating alongside angels or super angel investors.

Angel investor

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Super angels share some characteristics of traditional angel investors, and venture capitalists, and have been described as a hybrid of the two models.

Andreessen Horowitz

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During that time, the two became well known as super angel investors.

Ray Sharma

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Ray Sharma is the co-founder and executive manager of Extreme Venture Partners, the founder of XMG Studio and a super angel investor.

Dave Berkus

In perhaps the first use of the term, Inc. Magazine described him as a "super angel" in 1996.

Dylan Taylor (executive)

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Dylan Taylor (born October 23, 1970) is an American executive and super angel investor best known for being the Global President of Colliers International.

Burner (mobile application)

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The Burner application launched in August 2012 with angel investors including Techstars founder David Cohen and super angel Dave McClure in October 2012.

Angelgate

The scandal began in September 2010 after Michael Arrington, editor of the TechCrunch publication, wrote in his blog that he had been turned away from a secret meeting among so-called "super angels" he knew, held at Bin38, a wine bar in San Francisco's Marina District.

Marc Andreessen

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The two became well known as super angel investors.

Dušan Stojanović

Dušan Stefan Stojanović (born July 23, 1969, Borås, Sweden) is a Swedish entrepreneur, super angel investor, founder of True Global Ventures, Keynote Speaker, based in Singapore.

A.J. Steigman

Investors of Soletron include New York Angels, Easton Capital, and super angel Jim Estill of Canrock Ventures.

Sutter Hill Ventures

The firm is primarily focused on investments in the fields of networking and computer technology, business and financial services, healthcare, web development, and pop culture, and have been known to invest in angel funds.

Chamath Palihapitiya

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This led to a heated debate between Palihapitiya and super angel Ron Conway.

Silicon Valley

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Super angel (or "super-angel") investors are a group of serial investors in early stage ventures in Silicon Valley, California, and other technology centers who are particularly sophisticated, insightful, or well-connected in the startup business community.

Venture capital

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Super angels share some characteristics of traditional angel investors, and venture capitalists, and have been described as a hybrid of the two models.

Fast Company (magazine)

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According to Fast Company, super angels "raise funds like venture capitalists but invest early like angels and in sums between the two, on average from $250,000 to $500,000."