Hot Investor Mandate 3: East Coast Fund Makes Multi-Stage Medtech and Healthcare IT Deals

15 Jun

A venture capital firm based in New York City is focused on companies in the healthcare field with a preference for Medtech, Healthcare IT, and Consumer Health. The firm is currently investing out of their second fund, and hopes to make 2-3 investments out of it this coming year. The firm invests in all stages of companies, from Series A to Series G.

The firm considers themselves opportunistic within the healthcare field when looking for investments. The firm focuses on three major categories: Medtech (Devices and Diagnostics), Healthcare IT, and Consumer Health and is opportunistic within all three. The firm tends to prefer investments within the medtech space, a space they’re more experienced in. While opportunistic, the firm prefers opportunities in the hearing, vision, heart failure, neuromodulation, and diabetes due to previous experience in these sectors. Regarding Healthcare IT interests, the firm prefers opportunities targeted towards large audiences such as healthcare systems or large patient populations.

The firm wants to see a strong CEO and Board when making investments. The firm invests in both pre-revenue and post-revenue companies. The firm typically invests alongside a syndicate of investors, but is looking to lead or co-lead more investments in their second fund. When leading or co-leading the firm requires a board seat.

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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