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Would $100,000 help get your Internetbased business off the ground? Investor Angels (IA) is offering seed capital and highpowered support to startups whose proposals are selected for development. IA launched its Web site in 1998 in search of a few viable concepts. "We were hit with hundreds of proposals from visionaries all over the country," reports David Cook, founder and CEO of the Hollywood Beach, Florida, company.
Cook, a seasoned entrepreneur with management and hightech experience, says IA will select proposals with the best potential and provide those businesses with everything they need--like startup funds, business plans and help going public. "If your plan is sound, Internet-focused, and you're committed to making your business a success, Investor Angels will be there for you," Cook promises.
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