An angel investor is someone who provides capital for a business start-up, often in exchange for convertible debt or ownership equity. The five types of Angel Investors are the family investor, the relationship investor, the idea investor, the one removed investor, and the archangel investor.
The advantages of investors are less risk, not having to pay back the funding, investors are experienced investors and have business experience. An additional benefit is marketplace knowledge. The disadvantages are loss of control, and they may expect a substantial return on their investment.
Tips that will help you decide if this investment is suitable for having a business plan, be clear about what the investor is offering, and establish roles.
To conclude, talk to an investor and determine if this business start-up would work for your business. The benefits are so worth the effort.