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Anthony Lacavera

OTHER INVESTOR TYPE
3 INVESTMENTS
2 PORTFOLIO
Description

Mr. Anthony Lacavera serves as Board Member at Nuuvera. Mr. Anthony Lacavera is the Founder & served as Chairman at Globalive Capital. He is Chairman and CEO of the Globalive Group and Wind Mobile Canada, is a Canadian-born telecom entrepreneur based in Toronto. He is also Vice Chairman of Gibraltar. A serial entrepreneur, he founded Globalive in 1998 and co-founded Wind Mobile in 2008. He is a supporter of the University of Toronto as well as the University of Toronto's Engineering School where he graduated with a degree in Computer Engineering in 1997. In 2007 he founded the SHAMBA foundation. Anthony is a founding member of the Art Gallery of Ontario's "Galleria Italia" initiative. He is also an Angel Investor.

Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)
Primary Office
  • Toronto, Ontario
  • Canada

Anthony Lacavera Investments (3)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
Seamless Mobile Health 20-Jul-2015 Seed Round 00.00 Social/Platform Software Generating Revenue 0000000 00000000
0000 000000 11-Mar-2015 0000 00000 00.00 Social/Platform Software Generating Revenue 0000000 00000000
0000 000000 29-Nov-2012 0000 00000 000 Social/Platform Software Generating Revenue 0000000 00000000
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Anthony Lacavera Team (1)

Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office Contact
Info
Anthony Lacavera Angel Investor 0 0 Toronto, Canada

Anthony Lacavera Co-Investors (13)

Name With Exits Lead Partner
Business Development Bank of Canada 2 0
FundersClub 0 0
Relay Ventures 0 0
Roger Martin 0 0
Startup Funding Club 0 0
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