Hyde Park Angels (HPA) is a venture capital firm and angel group in Chicago that is mainly focused on the companies based in the Midwest region. Founded 2007 in Chicago, Illinois, United States, this firm invests in seed, early stage ventures and late stage ventures. Its portfolio companies include Kaizen Health, Clearcover,Leaf Trade, and nOCD. As of February 2020, Hyde Park Angels (HPA) has made 103 investments. Their most recent investment was on Jan 12, 2020 with Kaizen Health. Hyde Park Angels (HPA) has had 15 exits, the most notable of which include Regroup Therapy, Retrofit, and Ahalogy. The company has raised a single venture fund, Hyde Park Venture Partners Fund II, L.P..
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