Founded about a year ago, the Q Angels Angel Investment Network invests in teams that are promising and focus on innovation.
Q Angels, which appears as the Koc University Alumni Angel Investment Network, continues its activities under the chairmanship of Ayse Inal. Founded about a year ago, the Q Angels Angel Investment Network invests in teams that are promising and focus on innovation.
According to the information conveyed to us by Q Angels, the angel investment network has partnerships with companies such as Koc Holding’s subsidiaries Arcelik, Tupras, Turk Traktor and Ford. Q Angels, which provides the opportunity to make PoCs with important institutions for the startups it invests in and will make, will also make various collaborations in the future.
According to the information shared by Q Angels, the angel investment network will increase cooperation not only for Turkiye but also with funds in Europe, England and the USA.
Ayse Inal, Kenan Yılmaz, Ihsan Elgin, Albert Krespin and Egemen Doven are on the board of directors of the Q Angels Angel Investment Network, which consists of 22 members. The executive committee of Q Angels includes Yahya Ulker, Erkan Ceritoglu and Yusuf Emre Yilmaz. Fatih Oztoprak is the managing director of Q Angels.
Focusing on early-stage startups, Q Angels also evaluates co-investment options and invests in more advanced startups. Accepting startup applications via its website, Q Angels meets with popular startups.
Afterwards, the selected startups make presentations at the Venture Academy, which is held once a month and attended by all investors. Q Angels, which has invested in Fizbot, Wiser, Merkle Science and Macromusic initiatives so far, will also announce a new investment in the near future.
Aiming to increase its investments and touch more startups, Q Angels also wants to make more investments with its partners abroad and show up in the global ecosystem. Finally, let’s add that Q Angels want to move forward by investing in an average of 1 startup per month.
Source: Webrazzi / Translated by Irem Yildiz