The Baltimore Angels made it a point to deposit more early-stage funding to Baltimore city startups after reorganizing in 2011, as Technical.ly Baltimore reported.
But the angel investment group didn’t have a Facebook page until this month. It appears to be a sign of being a more accessible investment vehicle, wherein many resources for capital are a bit less interested in making it easier for you to find them.-30-
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