Hot Investor Mandate 3: Family Office Makes Direct Early Stage Investments in Surgical Tools, Medtech and Healthcare IT

9 Feb

A privately funded investment firm based in Canada focuses on making direct investments in the following business sectors: medical technology, medical clinics, healthcare IT and healthcare real estate.  In medtech, the firm seeks to invest in seed stage companies.  The firm looks to partner and fund scientific founders to launch a new company and will primarily invest in the seed stage round. The firm typically allocates $100K-$200K, and will syndicate with other investors outside of their region (including Australia) to invest in larger rounds of $500K or more. The firm has physician, medical experience, particularly in the surgical field. The firm invests globally and is currently seeking new investment opportunities.

In the life sciences, the firm is currently seeking to invest in medical devices and healthcare IT. The firm is opportunistic in terms of the class of device and indications, and has particular interest in surgical devices and tools. The firm is additionally interested in digital health, especially those with a software component. The firm prefers to invest in the pre-prototype stage and with particular preference to very early-stage preclinical technology.

The firm is seeking pre-revenue companies. The firm is very hands-on after an investment, opening up and bringing their network to their portfolio companies.

If you are interested in more information about this investor and other investors tracked by LSN, please email mandates@lifesciencenation.com

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