Rob Laidlaw Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Angel

  • Investments
  • 3

  • Portfolio
  • 2

  • Exits
  • 1

Exits

Rob Laidlaw General Information

Description

Mr. Rob Laidlaw is the Founder and serves as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer at VerticalScope. He founded and serves as Chief Executive Officer at VerticalScope. He founded TopHosts.com, the predecessor company to VerticalScope in 1999.

Business Details

Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)
Corporate Office
  • 111 Peter Street
  • Suite 600
  • Toronto, Ontario M5V 2H1
  • Canada
+1 (416) 000-0000

Rob Laidlaw Investments (3)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
FundThrough 01-Jan-2020 Later Stage VC 00.000 Specialized Finance Generating Revenue 000 0000000
Figure 1 13-Jun-2017 00000 00000 0000 Other Healthcare Technology Systems Generating Revenue 000 0000000
CareGuide 25-Mar-2015 0000 00000 000 Other Services (B2C Non-Financial) Generating Revenue 000 0000000

Rob Laidlaw Exits (1)

Company Name Exit Date Exit Type Exit Size
Figure 1 22-Feb-2024 000000000000000000

Rob Laidlaw Investments by Industry, Year, and Region

Investments by Industry

Investments by Year

Investments by Region

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Rob Laidlaw Team (1)

Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office
Rob Laidlaw Angel Investor 00 0 Toronto, Canada

Rob Laidlaw Co-Investors (3)

Name With Exits Lead Partner Series Industry
Daniel Debow 1 0 Series chart Industry bar
David Mirvish 0 0 Series chart Industry bar
Urbana 0 0 Series chart Industry bar

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