• Halo Report Q1 2014

  • The Q1 2014 Halo Report finds angel investment activity is still on the rise with larger angel group round sizes and higher median valuations. Investments in Internet-related companies jumped significantly, while dollars invested in mobile and healthcare companies dropped in the first quarter. The full report is available in the presentation below.

    Through our partnership with the Angel Resource Institute and CB Insights, we are studying angel group investment activity to arm entrepreneurs and investors as they seek to better understand angel investing and jump start emerging businesses.

    Download the Q1 2014 Halo Report (PDF)

    If you are interested in contributing your data and participating in this quarterly survey, please contact us here.

    Note: The full report, including charts and data, and an infographic are available for your use (source: Silicon Valley Bank, Angel Resource Institute, CB Insights: Halo Report Q1 2014).


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