Author - Ziad

Emerging Health IT Start-up OmniLife Adds Seasoned Executive Paul Winandy to Board of Directors

Emerging healthcare IT start-up OmniLife has added industry-experienced professional Paul Winandy to its Board of Directors. Paul Winandy, a health IT and SaaS start-up CEO, has been an executive leader in four successful technology startups, each of which were named to the prestigious Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing businesses and concluded with successful exits. Read more >>

My Favorite Angel Group

David Friend, serial entrepreneur, has had a long relationship with Boston Harbor Angels since “The Carbonite days.” His latest startup, Wasabi Technologies, a hot storage company, is considered one of the hottest and most promising startup in Boston.

During his latest visit to Boston Harbor Angels, David said “Boston Harbor Angels is my favorite angel group.”

Ziad Moukheiber, President and CEO of Boston Harbor Angels, shared, “When entrepreneurs keep coming back to the group and become friends it is a true […]

MIN 134 Women Founders 2020

WEBOS Week 2020 is a curated week of programming and events hosted by partners throughout the City of Boston, focused on building networks, identifying resources and strengthening the Women Entrepreneurship ecosystem. In light of the pandemic, this year the sixth annual WEBOS Week will be “virtual” – October 19-23rd. Archer Roose on list. Read more >>

20 Startups for 2020

Boston Harbor Angels to publish the list of the 20 entrepreneurs and startups of the decade. These founders and companies show exceptional values and traction.

These companies also make the world a better place!

Aircuity Celebrates National Energy Awareness Month

Aircuity (www.aircuity.com), the indoor air quality company, today celebrated National Energy Awareness Month by recognizing the work done by Aircuity’s cutting-edge clients to reduce their energy impact in the laboratory, K-12 school, university and commercial office industries. By optimizing ventilation with Aircuity, these facilities are significantly reducing both their energy consumption and their carbon footprint, and have saved 76 Billion MBtus to date. Read more >>

Skin-care product based on U of T Engineering research donated to health-care workers fighting COVID-19

A U of T Engineering spinoff company has donated its entire stock of skin-care product to health-care workers fighting the global pandemic. Several years ago, Professor Milica Radisic (BME, ChemE) and her team developed a peptide-hydrogel biomaterial that prompts skin cells to “crawl” toward one another. The material was initially designed to help close the chronic, non-healing wounds often associated with diabetes, such as bed sores and foot ulcers. Shortly thereafter, the technology was spun out into Quthero, Inc. […]