In preparation for our next MergeLane accelerator class, we’ve been searching high and low to find the most promising startups with at least one woman in leadership.
As of today, I have reviewed over 1100 AngelList profiles. By the 527th profile, this admittedly became a bit tedious, but it was fascinating nonetheless. Among the many things I learned, I figured out that a lot of startups are failing to include a few basic, critical things in their profiles.
Below are five seemingly obvious but commonly missing details that every AngelList profile should include:
These might be the five easiest things you can do to increase your chances of finding startup investors.
And if you happen to be a high-growth startup with at least one female in leadership and your AngelList profile is missing one of these details, we probably tried but failed to contact you. If you would like to hear more about MergeLane, we’d love to hear from you.
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