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FIND US AT EVENTS:

Catch Jim Gunton at Hackensack Meridian Health’s fund investing in health related innovation on July 18 at the Bear’s Den meeting.

Meet Mark Kolb at HBS Alumni Angels of Greater New York’s Pitch Night. Next Pitch Night is on September 9, 2019.  Apply before August 27 to pitch.

HBS Alumni Angels of Greater New York is the largest angel group in NY with 350+ angel investors and growing. Their members have invested $13 million across 80+ exciting early stage companies.

HBSAANY meets monthly to hear pitches in person from the best entrepreneurs. On average, they invest in 1-2 companies per month a few weeks after they pitch and their members complete their assessment.

NO AFFILIATION to Harvard is required to pitch.

Their angel investor members are Harvard Business School and other Harvard University alumni who invest on an individual basis.  For more information, visit: https://www.hbsangelsny.com

Jim Gunton says NJ Governor Murphy’s New Jersey Innovation Evergreen Fund is a terrific idea!

“This fund will reverse the trend of movement away from New Jersey. Talent goes where there are well-funded and promising companies. I have seen companies go where they are able to get funding. Well-funded companies attract the best people. Those companies are the most likely to succeed. Then you grow and exit, and create a self-perpetuating dynamic. … It is vital to the New Jersey economy — and exciting to watch it happen.” – Jim Gunton, Managing Partner, Tech Council Ventures

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