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  • Profile picture of Charlottesville Angel Network

    Investing in Charlottesville and beyond, CAN invests in seed, angel, and friends & family rounds in promising startups raising less than $5MM. We typically invest $100K – $300K in a round and frequently partner with co-investors on Series A and B rounds. As with our members’ backgrounds, our investment and industry interests vary widely. Our investment portfolio includes: SAAS, digital healthcare, biotech, consumer products, clean energy, Ed Tech, and more. We have a soft-spot for Virginia-based companies, over half of our investments are in Virginia, but we are open to great startups wherever they may be. We seek to build strong relationships with the startups we fund, often before we even fund them. We value those relationships more than proximity. HOW TO CONNECT WITH US: You may fill out a profile on www.gust.com and invite us to look at your company.  In your profile specify that you were referred by VA4E.  We review companies monthly, excluding August and December.

    Sector(s): Artisanal, Education, Energy, Financial Services, Food, Health, Housing, Information and Communication Technologies, Infrastructure/facilities development, Other, Retail, Supply Chain Services, Technical Assistance/Consulting, Tourism, Water

    VIRAL Level(s): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

  • Profile picture of Snowing In Space

    Snowing In Space aims to manufacture and distribute nitro cold-brew coffee that will rock your socks off.

    Sector(s): Artisanal, Food

    VIRAL Level(s): 6

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    Developing drugs to combat antibiotic resistant pathogens

    VIRAL Level(s): 3

  • Profile picture of Electi Club

    I’m looking to start up a elite business club also Concierge service aimed to business owners, companies etc. while it is a lot of work being a business person we take the stress off of you and help you relax and see the brighter things at hand. My goal is to focus on vacations, business help, social activities, dinners and more.

    Sector(s): Agriculture, Artisanal, Culture, Education, Energy, Financial Services, Food, Health, Housing

    VIRAL Level(s): 3

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    Creating a space for coworkers and entrepreneurs to get resources like biz support and funding under one roof.

    Sector(s): Culture

    VIRAL Level(s): 3

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    VIRAL Level(s): 2

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    Sector(s): Agriculture, Artisanal, Culture, Education, Energy, Financial Services, Food, Health, Housing

    VIRAL Level(s): 7, 8, 9

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    I connect underutilized duck blinds amd private hunting lands to interested hunters.

    VIRAL Level(s): 1

  • Profile picture of Conservation International

    Conservation Ventures is a “bridge financing” mechanism which will work with leading investors, project developers, and corporate partners to de-risk public and private investment by accelerating the development of sustainable land (and sea) management projects thus enabling them to access new sources of financing at greater scale.

    Sector(s): Agriculture, Financial Services, Food

    VIRAL Level(s): 5

  • Profile picture of INTEGRATED VIRTUAL SOLUTIONS CORP/ICONIC VISUAL SIMULATION LLC

    EDUCATION OF SPECIAL NEEDS PEOPLE,PRIMARILY AUTISTIC INDIVIDUALS THRU SIMULATION VIA 3-D HAPTIC INTERACTIVE EDUCATIONAL AIDE

    Sector(s): Agriculture, Education, Health

    VIRAL Level(s): 5

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  • Profile picture of Roadi

    No robust solution exists to access some of the simplest parking information for decision making, so companies hire outside consultants to research local parking information, use pen and paper to count inventory or monitor trends, and drivers circle streets aimlessly and account for 30% of the traffic during rush hour, and costs the economy roughly $345 annually per driver.

    VIRAL Level(s): 4

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