Angel Investors Fly Steady

Schachter, Ken
October 2008
Red Herring;10/8/2008, p1
Trade Publication
The article presents findings of a study on angel investment in the U.S., conducted by the Center for Venture Research at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. According to the study, U.S. angel investors kept a steady pace in funding startup companies in the first half of 2008. The study put total angel investment at $12.4 billion, 4.2 percent higher than the first half of 2007. The study found that software companies got the biggest share of angel funding at 18 percent.


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