Angel Investor — Issue #25 — The Slack Public Listing’s Surprise Winners
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The Slack Public Listing’s Surprise Winners: Other Startup CEOs — www.forbes.com
Slack is the latest in a string of tech unicorns to enrich a select group of founders who personally invested and stand to make millions
Money FM podcast: The Hot Seat — Angel investing: How risky is it for an investor?, Garage — THE BUSINESS TIMES — www.businesstimes.com.sg
: THE BUSINESS TIMES Garage — A huge number of startups and unicorns have been popping up in South-east Asia and that has fuelled a wave of angel investing clubs in Singapore. . Read more at The Business Times.
Dublin salon software firm scoops major European investment award — www.siliconrepublic.com
Phorest, a salon software developer in Dublin backed by HBAN, has been named a winner at the European Business Angels Network congress.
Procurify, a Vancouver, Canada-based procurement software developer, announced that it’s raised $20 million in venture capital.
VC Lior Susan has a big idea that seems to be working: building next-generation industrial companies — TechCrunch — techcrunch.com
Many investors in Silicon Valley are waiting for the next big platform. That’s fine with Lior Susan, a former Flex exec who in 2015 co-founded Eclipse Ventures with the legendary venture capitalist Pierre Lamond, long of Sequoia Capital. The duo, along with a team that has now grown to 13 people — happen to think […]
pi Ventures Leads $2 Mn Funding Round In Mental Health Startup Wysa — inc42.com
Bengaluru-based AI mental health startup Wysa plans to use the funds to further strengthen their technology and for expansion.
Deal of the week; WorkHound
- a startup that allows frontline workers to speak their minds anonymously about workplace problems.
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