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Bruce Croxon

Partner at Round13 Capital and former Dragon

Bruce spent the first half of his career as a hands-on operator, piloting Lavalife from infancy through to its sale in 2004 for $176 million.

Bruce has turned his attention to addressing the market opportunity created by the lack of funding available to growth stage digital companies in Canada. To that end, he co-founded Round 13 Capital and is looking forward to putting his operational and marketing expertise to work as a technology investor.

And, oh yeah, he’s a former dragon from CBC’s Dragons’ Den.
To Kevin O'Leary, From One Dragon To

To Kevin O'Leary, From One Dragon To Another

Kevin, as somebody who sat next to you for three years on Dragon's Den, I want to congratulate you for taking the plunge into public service and taking on the real dragons and sharks of the political world. But there are a few things I'm concerned about. I know that you used to be open to the idea of a carbon tax -- I've seen the video of you talking about it. Somebody must have told you that you couldn't become Conservative leader if you supported one. But here's the thing: You will never become Prime Minister if you don't have a plan to deal with climate change.
02/07/2017 04:20 EST