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Angels Den originally started as an Angel network and evolved their services to provide an equity crowdfunding platform. Angels Den are an internet based investment platform that allows investors to invest in start up companies. 92% of businesses funded on their platform are still trading.

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Property Angels Den is all about bridging finance for property developments. Lenders could get interest rates significantly higher than those made avaliable by banks, with either a first or second charge on the development, depending on whether they elect to get involved in primary or mezzanine funding.

The group includes many highly experienced development companies and seasoned property investors as well as some who want to learn about this sector. Sessions are typically preceded by a short free Masterclass on one aspect of property investing from Druces Solictor's who are specialist in property co-investing.

Equity Crowdfunding

Angels Den is an established angel network with a responsible online equity crowdfunding platform, matching great businesses with experienced business people who can provide investment and add value through their wealth of knowledge. We offer investors a simple way to get involved in pre-screened, high-growth businesses and gain a real sense of fulfilment.bining it with a varied events programme is a winning combination

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