The New Mexico Angels are thrilled to welcome Village Capital to Albuquerque. NMA’s VP of Business Development, Dorian Rader will be assisting the program with Village Capital’s John O’Sullivan in bringing their Water Technology accelerator program to the city this summer and fall. During three, four-day workshops over the course of three months, 12 selected seed/start-up ventures will experience VilCap’s award winning curriculum to help them scale their business and become investment ready. Upon completion of the program, two will receive investments of $50,000 each….
Join us for our April meeting at two new locations! Registration for members is now open! If you’d like to be considered for pitching visit our Entrepreneurs page. Wednesday, April 29 at Pranzo in Santa Fe Thursday, April 30 at High Noon in Albuquerque
What will John Chavez say after a few beers? Tom from Albuquerque the Magazine wanted to find out in the March Issue of the publication. In the article Tom and John discuss what an Angel Investor is, how they work and if it’s worth the return. Here’s an excerpt from the article: “Tom: When you’re looking for a company in which to invest, what do you look for?” “Chavez: You’re trying to find those really cool things that have a market need, but there are…
The New Mexico Legislative Session was kicked off yesterday by Governor Martinez’s State of the State address. In her speech Martinez mentioned the need for high tech jobs and angel investment. The Angel Tax Credit is on the table again, and we will be working to extend the features of the bill. Thank you Governor Martinez for your support of high-tech jobs in New Mexico and for recognizing the importance of Angel Investors!! “We need to make New Mexico a high-tech jobs leader as well….
http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20150120005207/en/EcoPesticides-Closes-Series#.VL7kP0fF-LU ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–EcoPesticides International, a New Mexico-based startup company developing “green” biologic pesticides with proprietary, performance-enhancing encapsulation technology, has announced the completion of its $400,000 Series A Round of funding. As part of its initial investment round, EcoPesticides secured funding from the New Mexico Startup Factory, an affiliate of the New Mexico Angels; the New Mexico Angels; the University of New Mexico Co-Investment Fund; and a private venture firm based in Nevada. The funds will advance EcoPesticides’ technology, support operations and secure research/development partners….