PARTEQ Angel Network aims to boost growth of innovative technology companies in Kingston

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PARTEQ Angel Network aims to boost growth of innovative technology companies in Kingston

KINGSTON, ON – PARTEQ Innovations at Queen’s University is launching a novel opportunity to boost economic development in Kingston.
The PARTEQ Angel Network aims to build and sustain Kingston companies developed out of breakthrough university research by linking a critical mass of angel investors, including local entrepreneurs and Queen’s alumni, and a pooled investment fund, with promising early stage technologies.

The PARTEQ Angel Network has already signed on its first angel: the Kingston Economic Development Corporation (KEDCO) has seeded the network with a founding contribution of $50,000.

“Angels” are investors who fund early-stage companies. Often they are the first to recognize the potential in a new technology opportunity, and their investments support the crucial early growth stages of promising technology companies.

Details here.

Mary Anne Beaudette
Director, Communications
PARTEQ Innovations
1625 Biosciences Complex
Queen’s University
Kingston ON Canada K7L 3N6
P: 613. 533. 6000 x 78238
M: 613. 483. 5000
E: mbeaudette@parteqinnovations.com
W: www. Parteqinnovations.com
 

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