By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Over the past few years, angel investments have grown significantly throughout the world, including in Brazil, where the volume of investments made by angel investors increased at least nine percent every year since 2010. A recent study, however, showed that this type of investment fell in 2018.
A survey conducted by Anjos do Brasil (Angels of Brazil), a non-profit organization that fosters angel investment and supports innovative entrepreneurship in the country, showed that angel investments reached the mark of R$979 (US$244) million invested in 2018, down by . . .