Broad Street Angels is a Union League affinity club. It is a member-led investors network focusing on early stage, high-growth businesses in the Mid-Atlantic region, as a means of growing the region’s economy, retaining and attracting talent and fostering innovations that strengthen our civic infrastructure.

Broad Street Angels is NOT an investment fund.  BSA members will be responsible for making their own investment decisions.

Broad Street Angels’ membership is limited to qualifying members of the Union League of Philadelphia. However, entrepreneur presentations do not need to be sponsored by a member. We review all entrepreneur presentations by equal standards.

The Broad Street Angels was founded to:
– Respond to demand by League members for a way to identify & assess early-stage investment opportunities.
– Generate financial returns to members.
– Engage the League’s 3,600 active members’ business, intellectual, & financial resources.
– Connect emerging innovators & business leaders with the League.
– Support free enterprise by investing in entrepreneurs who are defining tomorrow’s economy.

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BSA is not a venture fund, an investment bank, a broker dealer, investment clearing-house, or an investment advisor, but rather a forum in which investors may be educated on aspects of investment and business, as well as introduced to companies for possible investment. BSA is not registered with the Securities Exchange Commission or any state securities commission. Each member of BSA is responsible for his or her own investment decisions, and BSA is not recommending any particular company for investment. All investments in entrepreneurial companies involve a high degree of risk, and investors should be able to bear the risk of complete financial loss. The choice to use and manner of utilization of information and knowledge gained through BSA is each member’s individual and personal choice. No guidance shall be given, nor shall any person affiliated with BSA (or BSA itself) be responsible for an individual member’s use of the information, investment decision, or the results of any investment. BSA does not conduct any investigation to verify the factual information submitted to potential investors by individual entrepreneurs. Hence, BSA makes no representations or warranties regarding these companies. Investors must conduct their own due diligence and negotiate the terms of any investment they elect to make.