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Team angelMD • August 14, 2013

This is a blog post from CEO Tobin Arthur’s personal blog. Building a company requires a lot of things, but one of the key elements is to stack milestones together and generate momentum. In the early stage of a startup the company needs to surround itself with “true believers.” Leaders don’t particularly care who is ...
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Team angelMD • August 12, 2013

This week we would like to bring to light (pun intended) one of the world’s premier diagnostic imaging technologies: LLTech. Based in Paris, France, LLTech emerged in 2007 from research conducted by co-founder Claude Boccara . The resulting product is the Light-CT, a high-resolution imaging device for cellular-level biological tissue imaging. It performs non-invasive and ...
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Team angelMD • August 4, 2013

Dr. David Linker, University of Washington cardiologist, has developed a heart monitor device that is poised to revolutionize stroke prevention. The Stealth Ambulatory Monitor is low cost, low profile and extremely accurate in diagnosing the most common cause of stroke, atrial fibrillation. In 2010, Linker and CEO Brad Harlow founded Cardiac Insight to produce the ...
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Team angelMD • July 31, 2013

First impressions count, and if potential investors are considering your startup, how it looks from the beginning will matter. We’ve seen many early startups with almost no internet presence, and if people are considering investing in you – they will try to find you online. You can create a very basic internet presence without spending ...
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Tobin J Arthur • July 23, 2013

SEC expert and angelMD Counsel Bill Carleton wrote yesterday about start ups and congressional intent. Carleton cites key policy changes in the Jobs Act, which became law when President Obama signed the bill in 2012. However, the recent SEC ruling affects the Jobs Act: “What’s happening is hard for non-lawyers to understand,” Carleton says. “The ...
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