January 12, 2020
Inspired by a physics teacher at Homestead High School in Fort Wayne, Ian Hamilton began as a teenager to seriously contemplate ways to create alternative energy sources. Today, he is CEO of Atlas Energy Systems, a VisionTech portfolio company.
January 2, 2020
VisionTech Angels Leads Successful Seed Investment Round in Atlas Energy Systems, Exceeding Goal by Nearly 35 Percent
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana (January 2, 2020) – VisionTech Angels closed 2019 by leading a Series A seed round investment in Carmel, (continued…)
Talking with Stamus Networks CEO Ken Gramley is like talking with an old friend. He’s been a successful tech entrepreneur (continued…)
VisionTech Angels is mixing up our blog a bit, inviting sponsor Gretchen Bowker, CEO of Pearl Pathways, to preview pitch (continued…)
September 17, 2019
VisionTech Angels’ portfolio company Salarius Pharmaceuticals completes merger, gives the Indiana angel investing group a quick liquidity event.
September 10, 2019
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (September 10, 2019) – – Toralgen, Inc., an Indiana-based biotechnology company, announced the closure of its seed funding (continued…)
20 Startups Are Ready to Pitch for Prizes and Investment Capital at the 11th Annual Innovation Showcase
Among my responsibilities as executive director of VisionTech Angels is screening startup companies. Each year, my committee members and I (continued…)
Excitement is growing as the Venture Club of Indiana counts down to its premier, carefully curated startup pitch event, The (continued…)
The Innovation Showcase is Indiana’s largest curated event for entrepreneurs, investors, and supporters of the state’s vibrant ecosystem and includes (continued…)
As VisionTech Angels know, I hate to turn away interesting investment opportunities. That’s why our selection committee reviews some 400 (continued…)
I technically started angel investing in 2012, but I wasn’t serious about investing until I became a managing partner of (continued…)
April 14, 2019
INDIANAPOLIS (April 15, 2019) – – The Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ) has selected VisionTech Partners I VisionTech Angels Executive Director (continued…)
VisionTech Angels’ Executive Director Ben Pidgeon recently sat down with Ian Hamilton, founder and CEO of Atlas Energy Systems, (continued…)
VisionTech Angels’ Executive Director Ben Pidgeon recently sat down with Robb Monkman, co-founder and CEO of React Mobile, to learn (continued…)
VisionTech Angels’ Executive Director Ben Pidgeon recently sat down with Farrukh Malik, founder and CEO of Roomored, to learnmore about (continued…)
This Don’t Miss Event Is Co-Sponsored by VisionTech Angels + the Indiana Chapter of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs (SOPE). (continued…)
After 25 years of helping more than 450 clients in the life sciences industry, I have plenty of war stories (continued…)
January 18, 2018
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – January 18, 2018— Pearl Pathways announces the hiring of Robert Seevers, PhD as senior advisor to serve biopharmaceutical companies. Seevers brings (continued…)
April 19, 2017
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (April 19, 2017) – Angel investors bring two key things to a start-up company’s table: investment capital and (continued…)
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.
August 25, 2016
Ben Pidgeon has joined VisionTech Partners/VisionTech Angels as executive director. Pidgeon is a 15-year banking executive and president of the Indiana Venture Club.
Your palms are sweaty. Your legs are shaking. You can’t get the words out of your mouth fast enough. Finally, (continued…)
By Don Scifres VisionTech Partners is where inventors, entrepreneurs, investors, universities, and strategic partners converge to share, develop, fund, and (continued…)