For the cost of a Sydney home, Paul Evans would be able to market an electric car engine that could help put Aussie innovation back on the map. In risk-averse Australia, most investors would prefer to buy a house. The entrepreneur has been shunned by local venture capital funds in attempts to raise A$3 million ($2.2 million) for a product that’s been a decade in the works, despite what he describes as strong interest from some global carmakers. Now, after a series of fruitless investor meetings, he’s heading down the inevitable path: straight to the U.S.
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