Fall Angel Dinners

Join us on October 28 & 29 for the final Angel dinners of the year! We will have two companies pitching for funding and hear updates from some others in our portfolio. All enjoyed over great meals and even better drinks! Register below: Wednesday, October 28, 2015 – Santa Fe at Pranzo Italian Grill Thursday, October 29, 2015 – Albuquerque at Seasons Grill

STC.UNM and New Mexico Start-Up Factory Selected As Finalists for Excellence in Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Finalists in Awards of Excellence Program Represent Exemplary Higher Education-Led Initiatives in Regional Transformation and will Compete at Annual Summit ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – August 3, 2015 – After several months of competition, finalists representing the top economic development initiatives in higher education have been selected as part of the University Economic Development Association (UEDA) Awards of Excellence program. Each year, leading initiatives across North America are nominated and evaluated by peers, recognizing innovative approaches to advancing economic prosperity in their respective regions. The UEDA Awards…

Equity 101 for Entrepreneurs

Join us on Wednesday, September 23 at the Santa Fe Business Incubator from 9am – Noon. The New Mexico Angels, Northern New Mexico Connect/Venture Acceleration Fund will be hosting Equity 101, an intensive 3 hour course on taking equity investments in your company and how to pitch for funding. Register below – the event is free! Powered by Eventbrite

ABQ Journal: UNM’s technology transfer reaches record levels

The New Mexico Angels have had a long standing relationship with STC.UNM – the technology transfer and commercialization arm of the University of New Mexico. This partnership brought forth New Mexico Start-Up Factory. Learn more about their story in an article by the Albuquerque Journal. By Kevin Robinson-Avila / Journal Staff Writer PUBLISHED: Monday, July 27, 2015 at 12:02 am The University of New Mexico’s technology transfer program has come a long way in the past 10 years, earning the university national recognition for its…

Wake Up Motivated with VIZZIA Technologies

Wake up Motivated New Mexico Angel investment company, VIZZIA Technologies was recently featured in the Santa Fe Reporter on how they stay motivated! CEO Andrew Halasz says electronic sensors can help hospitals run better. Charlotte Martinez As a graduate of the University of New Mexico’s mechanical engineering program, Andrew Halasz relocated VIZZIA Technologies from Atlanta to Santa Fe last year, with the intent of improving state hospitals and developing sensor technology labs for future engineers. Working with 20-some other employees from outside New Mexico, Halasz…

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