Stats on Angel Financings

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Stats on Angel Financings

Some interesting statistics from the Halo Report for the rolling 12 month period ended June 30, 2012:

•  Median size of Angel round was $550K.
•  Average pre-money valuation for pre-Series A deals by angel groups was $2.7M.
•  “Internet” companies received 34% of angel group fundings.

Here is an infographic of some of the findings in the Halo Report:

The Halo report was put together by Silicon Valley Bank, CB Insights and the Angel Resource Institute.  You can get a full copy of the report here.

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