private capital is having difficulty in finding investment opportunities here
Liddy Karter, managing director of Enhanced Capital Partners in Old Lyme: “The growth of early-stage deals will create companies in the future that will be investable by venture capitals. Venture capitalists come in after the angels and so they need a pool of concentrated investable companies. Connecticut hasn’t built that in the past, we’re just building it now. And we need to continue to do so.”
Angels Seek CT Investments | yourpublicmedia.org yourpublicmedia.org
Connecticut's angel investment tax credit appears to be working as new figures show increased funding for start-up companies. Less encouraging, venture capital investments, the next stage of funding required for a company to...