How One Seed-Level Investor Makes His Bets

One thing that is integral to Canada building a tech supercluster akin to Silicon Valley is seed-stage funding. It takes a lot of guts and foresight to bet on a startup that, in some cases, just has an idea on the drawing board. But that one angel investment could become the next unicorn company. According to the National Angel Capital Organization, early-stage investment in Canada topped $130 million in 2015, up nearly 50% from the previous year. Bloomberg TV's Anthony Lacavera speaks to Ameet Shah, Partner at Golden Venture Partners, which invests at the seed stage to get companies to the next level. (Source: Bloomberg)

Next N. Korea Sanctions Step Is Companies, Says Tannebaum
28:22 - Daniel Tannebaum, principal and global sanctions leader at PWC, discusses the effectiveness of the latest round of U.S. sanctions against North Korea. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source: Bloomberg)
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