- September 5, 2022
- Posted by: EBAN Team
- Category: Industry Reports, KNOWLEDGE CENTER, Resources, Resources Members Area, Resources-Featured
UNH Research Finds Angel Investor Behavior Can Be Influenced by Ego
Angel investors—wealthy individuals who provide essential funds for start-ups—often invest under conditions of extreme uncertainty. While their funds can be vital to early-stage ventures, researchers at the University of New Hampshire found that angels’ egos can play a significant role in their investment decisions—the bigger the ego, the larger and more diverse the deal and the lower the number of co-investors.