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Arizona’s 25 largest venture capital deals of 2020, as reported by PitchBook Data, List ranked by deal value. Other information points include closing date, deal type, company focus description, and participating investors.


When Gregg Scoresby launched CampusLogic in 2011, he quickly realized he was among only a handful of early disruptors building large-scale software companies in Arizona. Bret Larsen had a similar experience when he launched the health care delivery platform eVisit in 2014.

For decades Arizona was defined by agriculture, but as the economy developed and diversified, the Grand Canyon State has grown into a blooming technology hub that has gone into overdrive since the Great Recession.

Last week, the Arizona State Legislature voted in favor of extending the Small Business Capital Investment Incentive, a program commonly called the angel tax credit that’s designed to encourage investment into startups by giving a tax break to the people writing checks.



Family priorities turn some Valley C-suite leaders into mega-commuters


Arizona and the Valley have an ongoing challenge with venture capital — the problem is there’s still a lack of it. What’s missing, at least now, are more people who want to fund innovative startups flourishing around the Valley.


eVisit, an innovative telehealth software company, announced today that James Windrow has been added to the company’s executive team as vice president of marketing.

eVisit, an innovative telehealth software company, announced that Jerrod Kuerth has been named chief experience officer.

Clean Router, a Mesa-based software startup that blocks pornography and other inappropriate internet content, beat out 64 early-stage companies to win the fourth annual Venture Madness business competition March 10 in Scottsdale.


Arizona saw $22 million in venture capital this quarter, a 226 percent increase in dollars invested compared to last year’s third quarter, according to the recent MoneyTree Report from PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.