Halo Report: Angel Investment Remains Stable in the USA

CB Insights, Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), and the Angel Resource Institute (ARI), released a national survey of angel group investment activity in 2012.

The 2012 Halo Report shows angel investing for the year was stable with prior years.

Pre money valuations for early-stage companies remained steady at $2.5, and round sizes were relatively consistent.

At a sectoral level, mobile and telecom companies are incresing the number of deals and volumes, while healthcare companies are losing share. At a geographical level, the number of deals and total investments are increasing in the Northwest and the Southwest US over California and New England.

Median angel round sizes ended 2012 at $600K, down from $625K in 2011 and up from $500K in 2010. When angel groups co-invest with other types of investors, the median round size is higher at $1.5M.

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