PARIS — Nine years after angel and venture-capital investors began taking a serious interest in the space sector, it’s time for some of them to think of exiting their positions. How’s that working out?
Very well indeed, said Space Angels Chief Executive Chad Anderson, whose combination angel/VC fund tracks private space investment since 2009.
“When you get to exit? No kidding: The average exit in space is nine times higher than the average [high-tech] exit,” Anderson said May 2 at the Milken Institute
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