San Antonio angel investment group raises seed round

A local early stage investor group pooled together its first fund, according to records on file with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

San Antonio-based Alamo Angels, a group that invests in startups across industries, has raised $800,000 of a $1.3 million round across 21 investors so far. The minimum investment was $25,000 for the Alamo Angels 2018 Investment Syndicate LP, records show.

Chris Burney, director of Alamo Angels, declined to comment on the raise, citing SEC rules. Alamo…

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