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Absolutely not! HTC does not charge application or presentation fees. Because HealthTech Capital provides significant value add to companies, such as leading a term sheet, strategic advice, industry connections, mentoring, board members and board observers, common stock options are expected in exchange for services, if requested by the entrepreneurs.
We are active angel investors and have strong relationships with other large angel groups, including Life Science Angels, Sand Hill Angels, Band of Angels, Tech Coast Angels, Keiretsu, and Golden Seeds. HealthTech Capital will write the term sheet and syndicate with their local and out-of-the-area investor networks.
We have developed deep relationships with life science and technology venture capital firms in Northern California and elsewhere in the United States. After we invested, our portfolio companies have raised over $600 million, mostly from leading venture capital firms.
HealthTech Capital has created a unique ecosystem along several dimensions. Along the spectrum of acute care to wellness, HTC looks for startups with business models for hospitals, payers, patients, pharma and self-insured employers. Our ecosystem includes Angel Investors, Venture Capitalists, Foundations, Strategic Industry Partners, Hospitals, Medical Doctors, Technology Companies, and Consumer Companies that come together to support emerging technologies in the HealthTech domain.