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Former Rogers CEO Nadir Mohammed, left, and now chairman of ScaleUP Ventures, poses with company board member Sheldon Levy and general partner Kent Thexton about the new company’s plans in Toronto on November 28, 2016. (Glenn Lowson For The Globe and Mail)
Former Rogers CEO Nadir Mohammed, left, and now chairman of ScaleUP Ventures, poses with company board member Sheldon Levy and general partner Kent Thexton about the new company’s plans in Toronto on November 28, 2016. (Glenn Lowson For The Globe and Mail)

Nadir Mohamed: The ‘catalyst’ behind ScaleUP’s successful corporate funding drive Add to ...

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Nadir Mohamed raised billions of dollars on Bay Street when he was CEO of Rogers Communications Inc. So when he set out in 2015 to secure $25-million for a venture-capital fund to finance domestic tech startups, he knew who to hit up: Friends and colleagues at the helm of corporate Canada. It didn’t take him long.

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