The VisionTech Angels Screening Committee reviewed five companies in March and selected three to present at our April Pitch Week next (continued…)
While we’re not in the tax preparation business, VisionTech Angels member, Steve Sehy, MBA, CPA, has provided some good information (continued…)
Successful start-ups need strong leaders. VisionTech portfolio company WorkHere, which has an app that is transforming the way companies hire and people find jobs, recently added proven leader Lisa Helms to its leadership team.
VisionTech Partners’ portfolio company NeuroFx may have an effective treatment for stroke. The Indy-based company just cleared an important hurdle with the FDA toward its first clinical trials in humans.
Keith Davis is not your ordinary angel investor. He’s the director of the Johnson Center for Innovation and Translational Research at Indiana University (IU) Bloomington, a senior research scientist in IU’s Biotechnology Program, and an entrepreneur himself.
When it comes to angel investing, Indianapolis entrepreneur Howard Bates has earned his wings. He has personally invested in ten (continued…)
Mark Throdahl is very familiar with angel investors. In 2009, his company, Indiana-based OrthoPediatrics, needed capital to help advance and (continued…)
There’s a certain romance in calling oneself an entrepreneur or angel investor. It conjures up images of Shark Tank, deal-making (continued…)
Three years ago, Don Scifres, Bernie Berry, and I formed VisionTech Partners/VisionTech Angels with Don participating as a managing partner. (continued…)
Involvement in entrepreneurship and angel investing remains largely male-dominated endeavors. This is not for a lack of trying. The Angel (continued…)
Two decades ago, the news reports out of Rwanda were sobering. Over a 100-day period in the spring of 1994, (continued…)
Indiana attorney Stuart Gutwein is not one to sit still. When he’s not practicing law, he’s advising startup companies at incubators around the state. If he’s not founding and running investment firms, he’s doing cross-fit or spending time with family.
VisionTech Partners is pleased to learn of the appointment of Jim Schellinger, Chairman and CEO of one of Indiana’s premiere architect firms, CSO Architects, as president of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC).
A friend has just given birth. A family member has passed away. A co-worker’s had a car wreck and is laid up in bed. You want to help, but your own busy life doesn’t leave much time to be there for others in a meaningful way.
rowing up in Warsaw, Indiana, town of some 13,600 residents, Sheryl Conley never imagined she would be group president and chief marketing officer of one of the world’s most successful orthopedic medical device companies, Zimmer Holdings
It’s probably happened to you. A product or service doesn’t meet your expectations. So you go to the company’s website, looking for satisfaction and contact information.
This is not Derek Cowburn’s first rodeo, but the seasoned entrepreneur admits his company LumenCache is in the midst of an incredible ride.
For eligible Indiana startup companies, raising capital just got easier. That means fewer late nights honing your pitch. A few less pitches to potential investors. And fewer sleepless nights waiting for due diligence to be completed.
In the spirit of the greatest spectacle in racing, the Indianapolis 500, the Venture Club of Indiana hosted a themed (continued…)
Two weeks ago, Oscar Moralez, Tony Petrucciani, and I were in San Diego for the 2015 Angel Capital Association Summit. (continued…)
Whether you’re an angel investor managing a portfolio, an entrepreneur in search of capital, or a portfolio company building your (continued…)
This Wednesday, February 25, representatives of VisionTech Partners and VisionTech Angels will travel to West Lafayette to participate in Purdue (continued…)
Nowadays when I meet with a physician, it’s typically not a about a health issue. It’s about an idea they (continued…)
Back in the 60’s and 70’s, kids wanted to be cowboys, firemen, teachers, doctors, and nurses. (Or so I’m told.) Me personally? I wanted to be an astronaut. Now young people want to be entrepreneurs. Where did that come from?