2024 could be a ‘bumper year’ for startups - Icehouse

2024 could be a ‘bumper year’ for startups - Icehouse
Icehouse Ventures CEO Robbie Paul says AI's rise will result in a proliferation of startups creating efficiencies and new value for every industry. (Image: NZME)
Ben Moore
Icehouse Ventures CEO Robbie Paul said new investment firms and maturing startups could lead to a jump in investment values this year.The startup landscape is highly dynamic, shaped year-to-year by economic trends, investor appetite and founder interests.On May 2, BusinessDesk attended the 2024 Icehouse Ventures Demo Day, a dinner attended by more than 200 of the country’s investor class where a handful of founders pitch their companies.At a smaller event than the venture capital (VC) firm’s Showcase, the handful of hand-picked...

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