CID4 joins Rockies Venture Club to raise life-science capital
The collaboration will benefit the state's life-science companies through shared resources and fundraising, the Aurora-based nonprofit CID4 said Tuesday. The combination of Rockies Venture Club angel investment platform and CID4's technology-vetting processes will generate opportunities for early-stage life-science investors.
Denver's Rockies Venture Club "has an impressive membership with the ability to provide foundational funding to early-stage companies," CID4 President Kevin Smith said in a statement. "We look forward to expanding their investment universe to include the life-science sector."
CID4 was founded in 2009 to advance Colorado's life-science industry.
Established in 1985, the Rockies Venture Club seeks early-stage funding in life sciences.
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