Local non-profit entrepreneurial network TiE Seattle haslaunched an angel investment program to help facilitate entrepreneurs and startups with access to seed capital and mentorship. The new venture is called TiE Angels Group Seattle (TAGS) and includes Charter Members of TiE Seattle. TAGS will provide early stage investment, support, and guidance opportunities to its members. The group plans to invest in early-stage companies in the arenas of software, Internet, Mobility, cleantech, healthcare, education and medical device.
“We’re thrilled to launch this important new initiative at TiE Seattle,” Srivats Srinivasan, president of TiE Seattle, said in a press release. “We believe that with TAGS in place, TiE Seattle is in a unique position to truly help entrepreneurs from ‘ideas to success’ given our various programs that cover networking, mentoring, education and now funding. Our robust group of Charter Members wants to support our community’s entrepreneurs every step of their journey.
Read the full story at the source: Taylor Soper, Geekwire, February 27, 2013.