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Angel Investment News
  • Techvibes: Top Five Trends for Angel Investing in Canada February 12, 2016

    Angel investors are an increasingly crucial component to the success of Canada’s emerging startups. In the past four years, members of the National Angel Capital Organization have invested $270 million in startups. Here are five trends members of the organization see moving forward. 1. Greater investment in Canada’s tech industry. The country has all of the necessary ingredients to be a tech powerhouse and strategically investing in this sector can offset the thousands of jobs lost from sectors like oil.” Read More


  • CBC: Startup Visa Program a ‘Disappointment,’ Says Windsor, Ont. Lawyer February 12, 2016

    It is supposed to be a way to expedite permanent residency for people who want to start their own business in Canada. But three years since its inception in April 2013, just 100 people have come to Canada through the Start-up Visa program, and that includes dependents, CBC News has learned. By 2014, just four people and their five dependents had gained permanent residency through the program, according to Citizenship and Immigration Canada. ” Read More

  • Winnipeg Free Press: More Funds Flowing From Angel Investor Funds February 12, 2016

    No one will ever say Winnipeg is a hotbed of Angel investing activity but there’s no denying there’s more money and more deals getting done these days. Late last year, the early stage medical device company, Cubresa Inc., closed a $3.5-million round of financing with most of the funds coming from a Winnipeg Angel group called Manitoba Knights. Read More

NACO Member Spotlight
MLA Logo 3 (1) Maple Leaf Angels 48 Fund - Spotlighting Managing Director, Brandon Corman Meet Brandon Corman, the Managing Director of Maple Leaf Angels 48 Fund (MLA48). Established in 2014, MLA48 is a limited partnership designed to foster innovation in Ontario by accelerating funding timelines for the province’s brightest entrepreneurs, while providing diversification for accredited investors. Recognized as Canada’s first Angel investment fund committed […]
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