Capital Angels Network

A plan to repurpose plastic into affordable pairs of glasses caught the eyes of some angel investors this week, as Ottawa-based EcoVision walked away from a pitchfest with an extra $10,00
An Ottawa startup equipping first responders with smart tech has received a $615,000 loan from FedDev Ontario, one of the federal government’s regional development agencies.
Ottawa’s angels were in a blessing mood in 2018.
An Ottawa startup believes the future of retail is a return to the physical storefront with a virtual twist.
The governments of Canada and Quebec are financing a Gatineau-based firm in hopes of fending off the next generation of cyber attacks.
Ottawa’s Transparent Kitchen received its first bit of funding from a local source, taking home the Capital Angel Network pitch award at the organization’s most recent meeting.
In its most active year yet, the Capital Angel Network invested $3.3 million in 20 companies, giving many up-and-coming local startups their first taste of funding.
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After three years guiding early-stage companies through the University of Ottawa’s Startup Garage,