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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Every year Americans are involedin starting or growing a young business. Manyof these entrepreneurs seek capital from equityinvestors - either Angel Investors or VentureCapitalists. Angel Venture vs. @angel | @venture Venture over investments Angels IMPACT about per deal total 4,000 businesses 30 billion 7.5m Although most VC firms have a websiteand other ways of sending in cold call solicitations, it is best to be referred toa VC by someone who is know to the VC. 60,000 MARKET SIZE 1. helping stimulate growth 2. NUMBERS VC investment 2 50B+ 20B Angel investment 30B Combined 1 The average angel investor has an annual income of $90,000, a net worth of $750,000and invests $37,000 per venture *resources - US Angels invest a total of about $20 billion a year in around 60,000 businesses. Venture Capitalists invest about $30 billion a year in about 4,000 businesses. 20 million Depression Recession Unemployment double click to change this header text! 0 20 40 60 80 100 January February March April May June July 0 20 40 60 80 100 January February March April May June July 1929 1930 1931 1932 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 During the great depression, unemployment reachedto almost 25%. The main reason for this is because after the Wall Street crash consumer buying confidence plummeted and factories producing goods had no choice but to reduce their production and lay off workers. Between October of 2008 and April of 2009, an average of 700,000 American workers lost their jobs each month. This was the worst decline in unemployment since the great depression. Government Programs AAA,the Agricultural Adjustment AdministrationFSA, the Farm Security AdministrationCCC, the Civilian Conservation CorpsNRA, the National Recovery ActNYA, the National Youth AdministrationWPA, the Works Progress AdministrationPWA, the Public Works AdministrationSSA, the Social Security AdministrationREA, the Rural Electrification Administration TANF, Temporary assistance for needy familiesNAEH, National Alliance To End HomelessnessSNAP, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program SNAP is a food stamp program that was not greatlyused until the recession hit. In 2009, 60 million peoplewere enrolled in the program. Once Roosevelt went into office there was a hugechange in trying to get the country back on its feet.There were many programs during the depression to get people working and be able to provide forthere families. TANF did a wide verity of things to help people duringthe recession. Some of the things they helped withwas, access to job search, education and skillstraining, assistance for laid-off workers, and muchmore.
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