I am running a young and small startup. We are pitching all over, trying to close our first round of finances and to attract some angel investors. There are some of them who are interested but we want to make sure that it will be a fit. If I am going to split the equity they better be interested in the business at least as much as I am. What do you think are the right questions to ask to determine that ah angel investor is a fit?
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