Rebalance Angel Community
We bring together seasoned and aspiring angel investors who understand the importance of backing diverse founding teams, early on.
We help you discover quality deal flow to fund, lead, or co-invest through our community.
Companies we've recently invested in:
A personal finance app that helps millennials manage, grow & control their money in one place.
A global, premium tea brand from India crafting wellness teas for the new generation of health-conscious consumers.
A language learning app that helps diverse humans build meaningful relationships.
An app designed to bridge the gap in sexual and mental wellness for teens across the world.
An innovative snack company with chips that are neither baked, nor fried. They are popped!
Angel Investing Is Not Rocket Science
At Rebalance, we help you develop a deep understanding of the angel investing world.
For aspiring or first-time angel investors, we offer an Angel Investing Crash Course to get you up to speed on the basics, decoding the jargon and processes through live sessions with experienced angel investors & fund managers.
New to angel investing? Register for our one week crash course on Angel Investing: Coming Soon!
Access To Diverse Deal Flow & A Global Network
Rebalance offers a global network of aspiring and experienced investors with access to pre-screened investment opportunities.
Our sector-agnostic approach enables our members to evaluate deals from a diverse pool of companies.
Attend Live Pitches & Interact with Founders
Members have the opportunity to attend live pitches through Rebalance Accelerator Demo Days & interact with the founders.
Build Your Investment Portfolio Thoughtfully
We don't believe in the spray & pray approach when it comes to deal sourcing & evaluating. We are not a mass platform for deal sourcing. Rebalance members, only evaluate companies that are carefully selected & rigorously shaped during the program.
Accelerate The Success Of Diverse Founders
Angel investors have been the first believers in many great businesses but women founders find it difficult to access early capital due to Angels primarily being a “Boys Club”.
It’s important we ensure that we break the echo chamber and bridge this gap between diverse founders and funders.