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Midwest plays small role in VC investment, angel groups to the rescue

A few weeks ago, we talked about Venture Capital investments during 2005 in the biotech and medical device sectors, and how these investments compared against the general VC landscape. I also promised to provide you with information on U.S. Venture Capital investments by region and stage of development for 2005.

The information we will use for this analysis ......

Full article >>> 4$11175%$12+9%Total Midwest$929$9330%$970+4%% of Total4.7%4.3%4.5%

California clearly has the lion's share of VC investment money in the U.S. with a staggering 47 percent of all VC investment which has increased......

Full article >>> 100.00%" border="1" cols="6" rows="10">Stage of Development2003 Investments2004 Investments% Change2005Investments% ChangeTotal U.S. Investments$19,586$21,635+10%$21,6800%Later Stage$5,674$7,985+41%$9,727+22%
Full article >>> > According to the San Francisco Business Times, and based on a University of New Hampshire study, angel investors in the U.S. invested about $22 billion last year, or the same amount as VCs, in 48,000 entrepreneurial ventures (this would average out to about $460,000 per venture). This is an amazing trend that needs to be clearly watched as VC money gets harder and harder to access.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 02/20/06


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