Hot Investor Mandate 4: VC Firm with Offices in New England Seeks Digital Health Platform Companies Relating to Drug Discovery, Delivery, and Manufacturing

24 May

A venture capital firm with offices in the New England region currently manages four funds, two of which are dedicated to sector specific investments. The first focuses on healthcare and life science investments, while the other is focused on investing in built environment technology. On average, the initial size of investment is up to $1M, and the firm has the capacity to invest $2-4 M after the initial investment. The firm initially invests from Seed to Series A typically, but has come in at later stage investments. The firm is willing to lead in seed rounds and co-invest in later rounds. The firm has a preference for investing in US, but can invest globally. The firm is actively seeking new investment opportunities.

The firm is a flexible investor that is currently looking for life science platforms relating to drug discovery, delivery, and manufacturing and digital health companies. The firm typically does not invest in therapeutics, medical devices, and diagnostics. The firm prefers enterprise to direct-to-consumer health IT companies. In addition, the firm prefers companies that meet at least $1M revenue traction on the health IT side.

The firm will invest in privately held companies only. The firm has no specific requirements for the management team. The firm may take a board seat in applicable cases.

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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