@RyanAcademy launches new entrepreneur report on informal investment

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New Irish start-ups highly dependent on ‘love money’ and business angels
DCU Ryan Academy launches new entrepreneur report on informal investment
Picture shows report co-author Vanessa Diaz of DCU Business School;  and report co-author, Professor Colm O’Gorman at a new quarterly analysis of indigenous entrepreneurial activity in Ireland, launched  at DCU Ryan Academy entitled Entrepreneur Watch:  Informal Venture Capital – Business Angels and Family & Friend Investors.
A new quarterly analysis of indigenous entrepreneurial activity in Ireland, launched  at DCU Ryan Academy, shows that Irish start-ups are heavily dependent on informal investment, yet this source of funding in Ireland is lower than in the US and many other European companies.  Entrepreneur Watch:  Informal Venture Capital – Business Angels and Family & Friend Investors illustrates the extent to which informal investors play a vital role in the development of new businesses in Ireland.

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