NTAN is a Texas non-profit corporation that seeks quality deals for angel investors to consider. We are a part of a statewide network of angel groups that cooperate on deals across Texas. Our members identify and screen these applicant companies. We educate and coach early stage companies in North Texas for the purpose of raising money, assisting in their growth and improving the local economy. Entrepreneurs from any industry are encouraged to apply.
Phone: (214) 213-6597
The InvestIN Forum is a service company with three principal activities: To find the best investment deals/opportunities for our members, To advise and assist entrepreneurs, To provide consulting services to companies that are in rapid growth mode and can use our expertise.
Lone Star Angels is a non-profit organization focused on connecting startup companies based in north Texas with private investors who can provide capital and the advice to help the new business grow.
The Baylor Angel Network (BAN) is an investor network providing early stage capital to entrepreneurs with developed business plans, complete products, and early revenue.
The Wilco Angel Network (“WAN”) is a Texas Not-for-Profit organization which is dedicated to providing quality seed and early-stage investment opportunities for accredited angel investors (“Members”), while fostering startup and small business growth in Texas. WAN will serve as a source of dealflow for investors and mentorship for startups.
The Central Texas Angel Network (CTAN) is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to providing quality early-stage investment opportunities for accredited Central Texas angel investors, and to assisting, educating and connecting early-stage growth companies in Central Texas with information and advisors for the purpose of raising money and assisting in their growth.
The Dallas Angel Network is a non profit organization (501(c)(3)) that connects entrepreneurs with angel investors. The DAN is run by unpaid volunteers and financial professionals interested in deploying their own capital and in meeting likeminded individuals who wish to create wealth through innovative ideas and ingenuity. The DAN does not charge entrepreneurs to submit their business plan or at any other stage. This maximizes participation by entrepreneurs and ensures strong deal flow
Phone: (806) 683-9439
Following a series of informational meetings, WTAN was officially organized in November, 2009 and was incorporated as a Texas non-profit with offices in Amarillo. WTAN is governed by its members and managed by Equitrend Capital, LLC. WTAN works in concert with the Entrepreneur Alliance, Inc. to provide assistance services to portfolio companies.
The Aggie Angel Network (AAN) is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to providing quality early-stage investment opportunities for accredited angel investors, and to assisting early-stage high-growth potential technology companies with fundraising and advisory services.
Golden Seeds is a network of angel investors dedicated to investing in early stage companies founded and/or led by women. Golden Seeds has more than 170 accredited investors, with locations in New York, Philadelphia, Boston and San Francisco.
The Houston Angel Network (HAN) is a non-profit organization that provides its members a forum in which to efficiently evaluate promising early-stage investment opportunities. Its membership consists of active and SEC-accredited angel investors who share the goal of making informed, collaborative investments in promising early stage Texas-based companies. HAN was founded in late 2001 and is the largest and most active angel network in Texas: Since inception, our members have invested more than $27M in 68 deals.
With over 1500 qualified investors and numerous private equity funders attending events in 20 cities nationwide, and offering a business social network website for private equity capital and business angel investors, and hundreds of promising venture companies, the Turtle Creek Club and its predecessor club have averaged at least one introduction between private investors and venture entrepreneurs most every business day, reaching back over more than six years.
Phone: (512) 266-1440
Chris Tyson is actively investigating new business opportunities in select market segments that include investment. He is available to assist emerging concepts and existing businesses.
Dallas, TX 75201
TechWildcatters is a mentorship-driven microseed fund and startup accelerator. Our 12-week accelerator “bootcamp” runs every spring and fall in Dallas. We’re very selective – each year we expect hundreds of companies to apply to the program and 8-10 of them will be invited to Dallas for each class. The companies get up to $25,000 in seed funding, intensive top-notch mentorship, and the opportunity to pitch to angel investors, venture capitalists and corporate development teams at our end of program “Pitch Day”.
2801 Swiss Avenue
Dallas, TX 75204
Phone: (214) 942-6698
Fax: (214) 828-4248
average investment of $5,000-$10,000
Phone: (888) 629-6774
The mission of Dallas Ventures Angels Network is to provide a forum in which its members can exchange information about investment opportunities in early-stage technology and emerging growth companies in North Texas and to provide administrative support as its members help such companies to grow to market leadership. We provide early-stage capital in the range of $25,000 - $10,000,000, an investment range not generally served by venture capital funds.
800 Town and Country
Houston, TX 77024
Phone: (888) 465-6322
By leveraging angel capital and the collective business and financial expertise of our national membership, NEAA is taking an active role in supporting the emergence and enduring success of promising, innovative American companies. With the help of NEAA, these entrepreneurs have the potential for winning industry leadership in their respective fields of endeavor.
P.O. Box 143444
Irving, TX 75014
Texas Women Ventures (TWV) started investing in 2005 with a simple goal: to help women-owned businesses reach their full potential. The fund focuses on companies in the Southwest with an established track record who are achieving $7 to $70 million in revenue. For these businesses, Dequity® capital from this fund can provide a much-needed opportunity to take the company to the next level. Dequity is debt that performs a lot like equity. You get the money in the form of a loan and you keep control of your company. But TWV is about much more than money; TWV was founded by successful women who have experience building careers and companies and now want to help other women. The fund advisors provide mentoring, networking opportunities and valuable connections to the next generation of women entrepreneurs. We call it smart money.