Angel investors typically do not pay salaries to the entrepreneurs or management teams of the startups they invest in. Instead, angel investors typically provide funding in exchange for equity or ownership in the company, with the expectation that the company will use the funding to grow and generate returns on investment.
In some cases, angel investors may provide additional support and guidance to the startups they invest in, including mentorship, connections, and strategic advice. However, this support typically does not take the form of paying salaries to the startup’s management team.
It’s worth noting that startups may use the funding provided by angel investors to pay salaries to their employees, including their management team, in order to attract and retain top talent. However, the decision to use the funding in this way is ultimately up to the startup’s management team and board of directors.