Harvard Business School Alumni Angels

Harvard Business School Alumni Angels

An angel group in Illinois that focuses on investing in early-stage ventures in the Midwest.

Harvard Business School Alumni Angels is an angel group in Illinois that focuses on investing in early-stage ventures in the Midwest. Founded in Chicago, Illinois, United States by Alexander Meyer, it invests in early stage ventures and seed. Its portfolio companies include Surgical Innovation Associates, Tivic Health, FourKites, Jiobit, FLEx Lighting II, Regroup Therapy, Swarm Engineering, CFX Markets, and NuCurrent. As of March 2020, Harvard Business School Angels Chicago has made 31 investments. Their most recent investment was on October 2, 2019, when Surgical Innovation Associates raised $4M. Harvard Business School Angels Chicago has had one exit, which was Regroup Therapy.

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Funded Companies

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CFX Markets

A blockchain company offering a platform for making alternative investments.

ExplORer is an interactive surgical playbook that promotes optimal teamwork in the operating room.

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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Alexander Meyer

Founder

Drew Thomas

Investor

Further reading

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Companies

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FLEx Lighting II

FourKites

Jiobit

Regroup Therapy

Surgical Innovation Associates

Swarm Engineering

Tivic Health

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