Deal Meetings

Boynton Angels meetings are typically held the first Friday of every month, September through June. Prospective members are welcome!

Please call for meeting times 508.983.1452

Investing in Central Mass

Boynton Angels is a group of Angel investors focused on investing in seed and expansion stage companies with a particular focus on endeavors located within a two-hour radius of Worcester, Massachusetts. We believe that Central Massachusetts is rich in opportunities for economic growth, yet it is financially underserved.

Membership meeting are held each month (from September through June) where we hear from one or two pre-screened investment opportunities. We rely on our fellow members for common sense questions as well as business expertise and due diligence, but each member makes an individual investment decision. Boynton Angels believe that on-going education is critical to making good investments. Occasionally, we invite speakers or panels to membership meetings to present topics pertinent to Angel investing.

Boynton Angels fills an important and ever-growing gap in the funding needs of emerging companies. Deals in the $500K to $2MM range that were once the dominion of venture capitalists are now funded by Angel groups. Boynton Angels is a member of the Angel Capital Association, a group of over 100 similar organizations in the United States. We follow best practice guidelines of the Association, and we are also able to syndicate deals with other Angel groups to match the needs of entrepreneurs and investors.

For entrepreneurial teams, Boynton Angels can be a resource of investor capital to help bring your company to the next stage of its growth.

For Angel investors, Boynton Angels serves as a community to share ideas and learn other's approaches to investing. Investors hear of a higher proportion of qualified opportunities, and spend less time listening to unqualified capital seekers. Boynton Angels members are able to participate in the due diligence process, evaluate the results of due diligence, and make their own personal investment decisions.