The Center for Venture Research is a multidisciplinary research unit of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire. The Center's principal area of expertise is in the study of early stage equity financing for high growth ventures.

The Center for Venture Research, since its inception in 1984, has undertaken and published numerous studies in the area of early-stage equity financing of entrepreneurial ventures. The Center has appeared on CNBC, MSNBC, National Public Radio, NHPTV's NH Outlook, and has been quoted in several publications including, Inc., Forbes, Fortune, Red Herring, Business Week, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune and the Financial Times. In addition, the Center has presented its research in academic and practitioner forums in the United States, Asia, Australia and Europe, in testimony before Congressional Committees, and in briefings for several government agencies and scholars from the United States, Europe, Scandinavia, Australia, Asia and Africa.

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Submissions from 2019

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The Angel Investor Market In 2018: More Angels Investing In More Deals At Lower Valuations, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In Q1Q2 2018: Seeking Stability In Post Seed Investing, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2018

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The Angel Investor Market In 2017: Angels Remain Bullish For Seed And Start-Up Investing, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In Q1Q2 2017: An Endangered Seed Stage, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2017

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The Angel Investor Market In 2016: A Cautious Restructuring With A Robust Appetite For Seed And Start-Up Investing, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In Q1Q2 2016: Caution Prevails, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2016

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The Angel Investor Market In 2015: A Buyers Market, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In Q1Q2 2015: Modest Changes In Deals And Dollars, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2015

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The Angel Investor Market In 2014: A Market Correction In Deal Size, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In Q1Q2 2014: Market Growth But Deal Size Decreases, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2014

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The Angel Investor Market In 2013: A Return To Seed Investing, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In Q1Q2 2013: A Sustainable Growth Continues, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2013

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The Angel Investor Market In 2012: A Moderating Recovery Continues, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In Q1Q2 2012: A Market In Steady Recovery, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2012

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The Angel Investor Market In 2011: The Recovery Continues, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In Q1Q2 2011: A Return To The Seed Stage, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2011

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The Angel Investor Market In 2010: A Market On The Rebound, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In Q1Q2 2010: Where Have All The Seed Investors Gone?, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2010

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The Angel Investor Market In 2009: Holding Steady But Changes In Seed And Startup Investments, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In Q1Q2 2009: A Halt In The Market Contraction, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2009

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The Angel Investor Market In 2008: A Down Year In Investment Dollars But Not In Deals, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In Q1Q2 2008: A Down Year In Investment Dollars But Not In Deals, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2008

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The Angel Investor Market In 2007: Mixed Signs of Growth, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In 2007, Q1 And Q2: A Modest Retreat From Growth, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2007

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The Angel Investor Market In 2006, Q1 And Q2: Modest Growth In Investments, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In 2006: The Angel Market Continues Steady Growth, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2006

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The Angel Investor Market In 2005, Q1 And Q2: The Angel Market Sustains Investment Levels, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In 2005: The Angel Market Exhibits Modest Growth, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2005

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The Angel Investor Market In 2004, Q1 And Q2: The Angel Market Sustains The Upward Trend, But The Post Seed Funding Gap And The Increase In Latent Angels Continues, Jeffrey Sohl

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The Angel Investor Market In 2004: The Angel Market Sustains A Modest Recovery, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2004

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The Angel Investor Market In 2003: The Angel Market Rebounds, But A Troublesome Post Seed Funding Gap Deepens, Jeffrey Sohl

Submissions from 2003

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The Angel Investor Market in 2002: Investment Activity and Growth Prospects, Center for Venture Research (CVR)