Angel investing is limited to accredited investors as defined by Rule 501 of Regulation D of the Securities Act of 1933. In brief, an accredited investor must meet one of the following requirements:

- Individual net worth in excess of $1.0 million (excluding one's primary residence)


- Individual income in excess of $200,000 or joint income in excess of $300,000 in each of two most recent years

The following website provides additional details: SEC: Accredited Investors definition

Stateline Angelís members have the willingness to invest in at least two start-ups per year, and bring a variety of capabilities to the group:

  • Have built one or more successful companies and/or have been influential executives in public companies.
  • Have an interest in new technology and how successful businesses can be built around leading edge inventions and ideas.
  • Have a strong background and an active network within the health care, technology, manufacturing, services, or capital community in the region.
  • Have some prior investment experience in start-up companies or have extensive business development, licensing, or M&A experience in corporate positions.
  • Have an interest in mentoring and advising entrepreneurs on building their companies.
  • Have a strong interest in regional economic development.
For More information on becoming a Stateline Angel, please contact our membership chairperson at:


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