Angels Invest in BowTie; Bowtie Wins $30k

Albuquerque’s Seed Worthy (and their product Bowtie) and the New Mexico Angels have closed on a $150,000 investment. BowTie’s proprietary software simplifies hosting and development of complex software for developers. It’s ability to launch complex programming systems saves developers time and energy, while allowing them to get instant market evaluations and feedback. The funding dollars will be used to further develop the company in preparation for their formal launch. More developers will be hired and money will also be used to help get more customers…

NMA at Raising Funding for Startups in NM – Oct 16

Raising Funding for Startups in New Mexico Date: Thursday, October 16, 2014 Time: 6:00pm -8:00 pm Venue: Albuquerque Balloon Museum 9201 Balloon Museum Dr NE Albuquerque, NM 87113 Cost: $22.50 in advance (credit card payments); $25 at the door (cash and check only). Event Hashtag: #cvfnm The Coronado Ventures Forum will host its annual funding focused event on October 16th at 5:30 pm at the Albuquerque Balloon Museum. The event will feature a panel discussion on startup funding options in New Mexico and will include panelists representing venture capital funds,…

ABQ Journal: Forum teaches venture capital basics

By Kevin Robinson-Avila / Journal Staff Writer PUBLISHED: Monday, October 6, 2014 at 12:02 am A newfound surge in entrepreneurialism and startup activity is evident in New Mexico, but beyond money from friends and family, many emerging businesses need to seek outside funding for liftoff. Aspiring entrepreneurs can learn some of the basics of finding that early-stage capital from professional investors during a panel discussion Oct. 16 at the Albuquerque International Balloon Museum. The event, organized by the Coronado Ventures Forum, aims to educate business…

Sandia unveils new tech transfer center

We at NMA are very excited about Sandia National Labs, the City of Albuquerque, and UNM’s partnerships. We hope that it will continue to foster innovation, commercialization and investable companies that create jobs for the New Mexico economy. Below is part of the article wrttien by Kevin Robinson Avila of the Albuquerque Journal.   “Sandia National Laboratories is taking its technology transfer efforts to the next level with plans for a one-stop shop for the lab’s tech-transfer programs  — located outside Kirtland Air Force Base….

ABQ Journal: Investors get a peek behind the fence at Sandia

By Kevin Robinson-Avila / Journal Staff Writer PUBLISHED: Thursday, September 25, 2014 at 4:24 pm Sandia materials engineer Marcus Chavez shows the microscale fiber-optic sensor that he and two other Sandia scientists developed. Chavez showed the invention to New Mexico Angels on Thursday to entice them to invest in potential market applications, such as embedding the sensors in jet engines or car motors for real-time diagnostics of performance and safety. Photo: Kevin Robinson-Avila krobinson-avila@abqjournal.com Thu Sep 25 15:42:11 -0600 2014 1411681329 FILENAME: 179174.jpg Sandia National…

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