Aggie Angel Network

Angel Investors Rooted in the Core Values of Texas A&M

The Aggie Angel Network (AAN) is a network of accredited investors who make equity investments in early-stage ventures. AAN believes it takes more than funding to see a company succeed and its members are committed to supporting entrepreneurs beyond their pitch. As individuals, AAN members believe in the Aggie code of honor and core values of Texas A&M and use these beliefs to help serve entrepreneurs and their companies.

Founded in 2010 AAN is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to providing quality early-stage investment opportunities for accredited angel investors and to assisting early-stage, high-growth potential technology companies with fundraising and advisory services.

AAN is actively seeking to invest in great startup companies. In addition to money, AAN brings connections, market knowledge, mentoring, and operational excellence to early-stage entrepreneurs with disruptive technologies. Let AAN help you to turn your vision into reality.

AAN Members

AAN members receive a variety of benefits including access to high-quality investment opportunities, access to a robust network of entrepreneurs, fellow investors, and commercialization experts, and more. AAN is always looking for accredited angel investors to join our community. If you would like to become an AAN member, please complete our membership application form below.

AAN Companies

The Aggie Angel Network is actively seeking to invest in great startup companies. If you believe your company meets the requirements for our network, we encourage you to apply so we can consider you to present your investment opportunity at one of our investor meetings.

In order to be seriously considered for potential pitch to AAN, companies should meet the general criteria outlined below. If your company does not fit all of these criteria or has other questions about pitching to AAN, contact us in advance of completing your application.

  1. Companies should be seeking $100K to $1.5M in equity financing. AAN will also consider debt financing w/ an equity component (i.e. convertible debt or debt with warrants).
  2. If a company is raising over $1M, AAN requests that it secure a lead investor for its raise before applying.
  3. AAN does not review companies in the following sectors: real estate development, oil/gas exploration, bars/restaurants/spas.
  4. In order to be seriously considered, a company should have a completed, working prototype and have market validation (pilot, beta users, and/or revenue).



As a not-for-profit, AAN relies on the generosity of its sponsors.