Is Angel Financing the Preferred Path to Exit for Canadian Companies?

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Is angel financing the preferred path to exit for Canadian companies? If you're in Vancouver you can find out on Wednesday, May 16.

The Association for Corporate Growth will be hosting a luncheon that will shed light on the topic. Mark Longo of the Technology and Corporate Finance Group at Clark Wilson LLP will be moderating a panel that includes BC Angels of the Year Mike Volker (2010) and Boris Wertz (2011) and Early Exits author Basil Peters.

The panel titled Angel Financing: The Preferred Path to Exit for Canadian Companies will cover the state of angel investing in Canada and answer some of the following questions.

  • How is the shift between VC and Angel financing affecting the M&A market?
  • Is there a shortage of financing available for Canadian Startups?
  • When should a company take Angel investment versus venture capital investment?
  • Do Canadian companies exit too early or too late?

The luncheon panel takes place at the Four Seasons in Vancouver and is open for registration.

W Media Ventures
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