Angeloop is a startup to investor communications platform. It helps early stage companies report to their investors, avoiding sending multiple emails and spending time formatting reports. It creates a framework to help companies know what they should be reporting.
Typically, when you have investment, there will be a clause in your term sheet outlining the reporting requirements. If there isn't then for very early or volatile businesses we recommend monthly, whilst more stable or established businesses, quarterly should be fine. It is acceptable to ask your investors what they prefer.
By proving a good track record and showing signs of growth, investors will naturally be more likely to invest in your company. We do not directly help companies find funding or offer any recommendations for investment decisions.
If you are seeking to raise money and fill this field in on Angeloop, your contacts and administrators will be able to view this. Currently in the US, there are complications around advertising fundraising this to non-accredited investors (probably your friends and family). If in doubt, please check with your lawyer.
We don't provide any investment advice. Even if we write about some of our companies and how well they are doing, it is not enough grounds to invest. You should carry out your own due diligence and make your own decisions.
The data in Angeloop is entered by company administrators but is not checked for accuracy. As with any investment decisions, you should carry out your own due diligence. We have no control over the content that companies add to Angeloop, therefore we take no responsibility for the data.
The only people who can view your information on Angeloop are the people you add, share as contacts or administrators, or connect with via APIs. We do not show any of your company data to anyone without your authorisation.
We do not own your data. Information and reports added to Angeloop do not change its ownership or copyright status. If the data was yours to begin with, it remains yours after you upload it. You retain all the rights to your data.
The user who created the company in Angeloop is ultimately responsible for all company data. We do not bear any responsibility for inaccuracies, private information or errors being entered and sent out by users of the system.
Regular backups are taken of the system to ensure that in the event of disaster, services can be restored with minimal disruption. We store the data in an encrypted format.