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National angel investment grew 11 percent in `06


As was the case in 2005, the healthcare services sector - which includes medical devices and equipment - accounted for the largest share of angel investments, with 21 percent. Healthcare services was followed by software, 18 percent; biotechnology, 18 percent; retail, eight percent; financial and business products, six percent; and industrial/energy, six percent.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 03/19/07


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