Last week hundreds of investors from across the country and the US descended on Vancouver for the National Angel Capital Organization’s (NACO) 2016 National Angel Summit, the largest and most prestigious conference of its kind in Canada. The annual conference allows angel investors – those who invest in early stage ventures – to share best practices and learn about promising investment opportunities. There has been a noticeable buzz at this year’s conference, driven in part by record-breaking investment levels in 2015. NACO reported that angels across the country invested $133.6M in startups last year – a 48 percent increase – while total venture capital hit a 10-year high, according to the Canadian Venture Capital & Private Equity Association. Read More.