Angel investing is a tricky game. Supporting a startup just getting off the ground takes a lot of work. But after several years spent as a venture capitalist in the Bay Area, Susan Preston, now the managing member at Seattle’s SeaChange Fund, returned to the Pacific Northwest with an idea for how to spot sound bets for seed investments and then nurture their growth.
And a collaborative due diligence process aimed at both fostering consensus among angel investors and encouraging entrepreneurs is at its heart.
Read more about SeaChange’s transformation here: https://pitchbook.com/news/articles/seattle-angel-fund-rebrands-with-launch-of-seachange-its-largest-raise-to-date