Tuesday December 1, 2020

Irish angel investment is flying sky-high

More and more angel investors are putting money into high-tech firms, with estimates suggesting that a deal is signed every two weeks, writes Dick O'Brien.

25th May, 2013
John Phelan, national manager of the Halo Business Angel Partnership. Photo: Maura Hickey

The level of investment going into high-tech start-ups through angel investment is increasing and the proportion of private money involved in these investments is also on the rise, according to the Halo Business Angel Partnership.

The Dublin Business Innovation Centre (DublinBIC) has been in business for 25 years now and has just released some new figures on the level of investment into its client companies.

A total of €16.7 million was invested in DublinBIC supported start-ups...

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