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Chairman and founder of the Africa Angels Network, Pule Taukobong recently sat down with AFKInsider and shared his journey to building an angel investment fund. In part three of the interview, Taukobong talks about how his fund achieves a balanced portfolio, garnering support of from industry mentors and the advantages of being an early stage business.
“When we started, I had this vision. I thought I’d very comfortably be raising millions of dollars. Then I had to change how it worked. Since it was my capital, I could only write investment tickets of between $10,000-$50,000,” he said. “As an early stage business, you have the room for trying different and exciting things — seize that.”