Angel investments on the rise in Canada, but shortage of growth capital
July 14, 2016
(Globe and Mail article excerpt) Canadian startups are benefiting from a buoyant market for early-stage investors, but those that get bigger and more successful encounter a serious shortage when seeking larger growth capital venture investments, according to two reports from Canadian early-stage financing organizations.
Sean Silcoff of Globe and Mail reviews survey by National Angel Capital Organization and Yaletown Partners Canada’s Technology Investment Gap report.
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