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Band of Angels
Offices: Menlo Park, California
Band of Angels is a $50M venture fund comprised exclusively of institutional partners including three corporations, two university endowments, and a large pension fund. Despite its name there are virtually no angels in the Fund. The Fund focuses on seed/early stage high technology deals but is generally category agnostic. In fact, a goal of the fund is to maintain a diverse balance among technology categories.
Baseline Ventures
Offices: San Francisco, California
Baseline Ventures is the investment firm of renowned angel investor Ron Conway. Recently ranked #6 in Forbes' "Midas List" of top dealmakers, Conway was previously the founder and managing partner of the Angel Investors funds. That fund's investments included a few names you may have heard of: Google, Ask Jeeves and PayPal.
Beacon Angels
Offices: Boston, Massachusetts
Beacon Angels is an angels' group that makes investments in start-up companies in the $100,000 to $300,000 range. Members gain access to a steady flow of pre-screened early-stage private investment opportunities, and build portfolio value through shared capital, experience, and strategic relationships. They meet monthly at the Union Club of Boston to review and discuss presentations from companies.
Bellingham Angel Group
Offices: Bellingham, Washington
The Bellingham Angel Group has now grown to more than 20 accredited investors who desire to invest in seed- or early-stage companies. Their members are independent business owners and senior corporate executives experienced in financing and developing emerging enterprises. Members have a range of business, industry, and investing experience, but share the desire to engage in the high-risk, high-return potential practice of “angel investing.”
Berkeley Ventures
Offices: Berkeley, California
Berkeley Ventures is an accelerator which helps serious entrepreneurs bring their innovations to the world. They are focused on helping startups in sectors including, but not limited to, internet, software, mobile, clean energy, and gaming. Berkeley offers access to mentors and advisers, introductions to investors, incubator space, connections to local talent/resources, and a year round program to help these companies grow.


Offices: Lake Bluff, Illinois
BioAngels is a not-for-profit corporation whose mission is to facilitate investment in startup and early-stage medical and life sciences businesses in the Midwest. BioAngels holds dinner meetings approximately every other month at which two or three companies make dinner presentations. The BioAngels screening committee is composed of members who are industry experts, and includes renowned scientists, physicians, venture capitalists and executives.
Offices: Indianapolis, Indiana
BioCrossroads started with the core leadership of the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership, the City of Indianapolis, Indiana Health Industry Forum, Indiana University and Purdue University. With the support of Eli Lilly and Company, Indiana's largest employer, the circle quickly expanded to include other corporate and community participants, including the Indy Partnership, the regional economic development organization.
Bi State Investment Group (BIG)
Offices: Kansas City, Missouri
The Bi-State Investment Group is a member-managed Limited Liability Company organized in 2000 to provide equity capital to early stage entrepreneurial companies within 2 hours of the Greater Kansas City Area. BIG has over 70 members, all of whom are accredited investors. BIG is structured after a similar organization in North Carolina, the Tri-State Investment Group (TIG).
Bluegrass Angels (BGA)
Offices: Lexington, Kentucky
The Bluegrass Angels seeks to encourage the development of start-up companies and to support new businesses in the region by providing the region's entrepreneurs with seed capital and management guidance from experienced industry and entrepreneurial veterans. An important, although not exclusive, focus of the BGA is to develop start-up companies through the commercialization of the on-going research of the University of Kentucky.
Blue Ridge Entrepreneurial Council (BREC)
Offices: Ashville, North Carolina
The Blue Ridge Entrepreneurial Council is a nurturing organization for entrepreneurs in western North Carolina that focuses on education, networking and mentoring, communications and capital formation. BREC has helped local businesses raise capital, brought private equity investors to western North Carolina to evaluate businesses, hosted venture capital conferences in Asheville, and recruited businesses.

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Bluestem Ventures
Offices: Springfield, Illinois & Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Named after the high-yielding prairie grass that pervades the Midwest, Bluestem Ventures is a private investment group investing in both mature and early-stage companies. They consist of leading business executives, private investors, bankers, researchers, doctors and emerging entrepreneurs with expertise in a variety of markets and technologies. Bluestem provides both financial and intellectual capital.
BlueTree Allied Angels
Offices: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
BlueTree Allied Angels is a regional group of accredited investors who desire to invest in regional early-stage companies. This “members-only” organization is designed to operate as a network of private equity investors who meet on a monthly basis to evaluate and consider pre-institutional, early-stage investments. The BlueTree Allied Angels is a group of investors who possess financial means and investment/business experience.
Boston Harbor Angels
Offices: Boston, Massachusetts
Boston Harbor Angels, like a lighthouse, helps entrepreneurs navigate and grow their start-up businesses through the treacherous waters of an increasingly competitive environment in our global economy. Boston Harbor Angels is a group of proven business leaders. Since 2004 they have made investments in companies in medical devices, IT, consumer products, business products, specialty materials, Internet, aviation, etc.
Boston Seed Capital
Offices: Westborough, Massachusetts
Boston Seed Capital provides early stage funding and support for internet-enabled businesses around the country. But they like to say: They fund from Boston. They are operators who have founded companies, grown companies, raised capital, acquired companies, taken companies public, exited companies and built and led cultures of great places to work.
Boynton Angels
Offices: Westborough, Massachusetts
Boynton Angels is a group of angel investors focused on investing in seed and expansion stage technology companies located within a two-hour radius of Worcester, Massachusetts. They believe that Central Massachusetts is rich in opportunities for economic growth with high technology companies, yet it is financially underserved. Target investments are in the life sciences, energy, transportation, communications and software.
Bullpen Capital
Offices: Menlo Park, California
Bullpen Capital leads second round investments in technology companies seeded by Super Angel investors. Founded by technology industry veterans Paul Martino, Duncan Davidson, and Richard Melmon, the fund is purpose-built to address a structural hole in the capital efficient or lean investing eco-system.