AngelList operates as an online platform that allows startups to meet investors and talent.  The hybrid social network, communication and crowdsourcing platform allows startups to access investors, and has also become a resource for investors looking to boost dealflow and connect with other investors. 

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TypePrivate
HQSan Francisco, US
Founded2010
Size (employees)172 (est)
Websiteangel.co
AngelList was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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Key People/Management at AngelList

Kevin Laws

Kevin Laws

COO
Joshua Slayton

Joshua Slayton

Co-Founder & CTO
Gearóid ORourke

Gearóid ORourke

VP of Product Design
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AngelList Office Locations

AngelList has offices in San Francisco, Austin, St. Louis, Seattle and in 5 other locations
San Francisco, (HQ)
188 King St
St. Louis,
11225 Tesson Ferry Rd
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AngelList Financials and Metrics

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AngelList Operating Metrics

AngelList's Candidates Participated was reported to be 116 k in Y, 2014.
Y, 2014Dec, 2016Jul, 2018

Business Start-ups Supported

243 1 k2 k

Investors in Database

2.67 k

Candidates Participated

116 k

Companies

8 k
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AngelList Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
Product HuntDecember 01, 2016$20 m

Human Capital Metrics

AngelList's employees are reported to be approximately 20% female and 80% male.
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AngelList Online and Social Media Presence

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AngelList News and Updates

Equity crowdfunding is eroding the best returns VC funds used to enjoy

GUEST: There’s been a sea change in Series A investment rounds that has been gradually – but persistently – eating away at venture capital (VC) funds’ highest-ROI category investments, and the reason it’s happening may surprise you. According to Cooley’s VC trends, the median Series A valuation has …

Could bitcoin help you get a job in 2018?

Barely a day went by in 2017 without bitcoin making the headlines. Yet, a quick buck aside, to the man on the street the use or benefit of the cryptocurrency de jour was difficult to see. However, 2018 will see bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies, and the underpinning technology blockchain enter t…

A Chinese billionaire has quietly become one of the biggest seed investors in Silicon Valley

Everyone wants a piece of Silicon Valley. Few can get it. If you’re just a new venture investor arriving in Silicon Valley, it’s a long…

CyberMiles Announces Initial Coin Offering Aimed at Decentralizing Online Marketplaces

PRESS RELEASE: CyberMiles, the foundation behind a new blockchain designed and optimized for commercial applications, has announced the launch of its Initial Coin Offering (ICO) with goals of decentralizing online marketplaces and revolutionizing...

How one entrepreneur is building bridges to help spur American innovation

As the U.S. becomes acclimated to the reality of a new president, something that’s on the minds of Americans is the changing economic landscape. People are fearful of the impact automation and technology has on their livelihoods — it’s estimated that 5 million jobs could be lost by 2020 because of t…

Naval Ravikant hints at future plans for Product Hunt and adding secondary trading to AngelList

 Earlier this week, at TechCrunch’s Disrupt event in New York, we sat down with AngelList cofounder and CEO Naval Ravikant to talk primarily about the platform’s new Angel Funds product, wherein a select number of proven “angel-operators” is being provided capital from AngelList and outside VCs to i…
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AngelList Blogs

Trillion Dollar Startups in Unsexy Industries

In June of 2016, TechCrunch’s Josh Constine wrote an article titled: The unsexiest trillion-dollar startup — telling the story of a freight forwarding startup that went through Y Combinator, and raised $26.9 million from top investors. At the time, the three year old company had ~700 clients, which …

Big Tech’s Big Problem with User Data

Giants like Google and Facebook thrive on personal data. In exchange for a list of your likes and topics you search for, they can offer a smarter and more personalized experience.The problem? Most Americans don’t trust big tech to do what’s right with personal data. A study by Pew Research found onl…

Social media’s “blockchain moment” ?

Is social media the next industry to have its “blockchain moment?” It certainly seems possible, given recent events.Facebook and Twitter both dropped 20–30% over the last week of July. Both drops were caused, to some degree, by the same inescapable fact: moderation is expensive at scale.Twitter pred…

Your Amazon orders could be counterfeits

It feels like evvveryone is hopping on the Amazon train. With one-hour delivery, massive Whole Foods discounts, and near-instant drone delivery (coming soon), there’s a lot to be excited about.While every new feature Amazon rolls out generates massive news coverage, there is another side of Amazon’s…

A side hustle for your side hustle

As individual companies succeed, new startups emerge to sell complementary products. Apple was followed by a fleet of iPhone case and accessory manufacturers. The rise of Uber and Lyft was no different. New startups have launched to support ride-sharing customers and drivers:Startups that help drive…

$335M for Lime, and Uber’s secret plan

Uber is riding the scooter bandwagon. 🛴The ride-hailing giant just announced its investment in Lime, one of the two leading dockless scooter and bike rental companies, as part of a $335M round led by Google’s venture-capital arm. Lime is the largest domestic startup in this space, with vehicles in …
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AngelList Company Life and Culture

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AngelList Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was AngelList founded?

    AngelList was founded in 2010.

  • Who are AngelList key executives?

    AngelList's key executives are Kevin Laws, Joshua Slayton and Gearóid ORourke.

  • How many employees does AngelList have?

    AngelList has 172 employees.

  • Who are AngelList competitors?

    Competitors of AngelList include Crowdlords, FundersClub and Wefunder.

  • Where is AngelList headquarters?

    AngelList headquarters is located at 188 King St, San Francisco.

  • Where are AngelList offices?

    AngelList has offices in San Francisco, Austin, St. Louis, Seattle and in 5 other locations.

  • How many offices does AngelList have?

    AngelList has 9 offices.