Continuing coverage of the Greater Toronto Area tech ecosystem. Q1 had the fewest funding rounds since 2019 and less total capital deployed both year over year and quarter over quarter.
This is our first quarterly coverage of the Montréal tech ecosystem. Montréal had a very strong start to 2020 with $204M in new technology funding, significantly higher than Q1 2019 and Q4 2019.
Technology funding continues to break records in the Greater Toronto Area surpassing $1.5 billion year to date. FinTech is driving this growth with 3 megadeals making FinTech the largest vertical by fundraising.
Hockeystick analyzed over $50 million of investments made by Angel groups in the US Southeast region in 2018.
Key numbers and trends in U.S. Angel investing co-published by Hockeystick and the Angel Capital Association.
This is a summary of the 2019 Angel Funders Report which is available from the ACA.
Hockeystick and OneEleven partnered to create this comprehensive map of the Waterloo-Toronto tech corridor.
This infographic categorizes all of the startup resources (accelerators, incubators and innovation hubs) as well as funders into the stage of company they serve: Early, Startup, Scaleup, Growth.
The CVCA’s VC & PE Canadian Market Overview report is Canada’s authoritative summary analysis of private capital investments, exits and fundraising activity relied on by government and private sector groups that drive the nation’s innovation.
Hockeystick is the official data platform of CVCA.
NACO is the National Community for Angels, Incubators, and Accelerators. NACO's annual Reports on Angel Investing Activity in Canada identifies key statistics and trends in the visible Canadian Angel capital market as measured by the activity of Angel groups.
The data for the report was provided by Canadian Angel group managers through surveys and follow-up interviews.
Hockeystick is the official data platform of NACO.
Data for the Angel Funders Report is collected from and verified by Angel investors, not secondary sources.