Upcoming Event:

AoA Workshop – How to be an Effective Angel Board Director
Join Dan Rosen and Susan Schreter for an interactive session on best practices for angel investors who choose to serve on the board of directors of their portfolio companies.
Quarterly Events
Industry Events

Investor Meetings

WINGS investor meetings are held four times a year, during which two to four business opportunities are presented. Any opportunity presented receives rigorous screening by the WINGS Screening Committee composed of local medical technology experts. The Screening Committee will only consider opportunities in the areas of Therapeutic and Diagnostic Devices, Healthcare IT, Healthcare Delivery Models, and unregulated biotechnology development tools.

Industry Events

As part of the larger investor and life science community in Washington State, WINGS will post community events of interest to investors and entrepreneurs including informational, educational and networking events. If you have an upcoming event that you would like featured please contact us.

Quarterly Events

Industry Events

7Aug
WINGS Initial Application Deadline
The WINGS Initial Application deadline will be Aug 7, 2017.
17Aug
AoA: Fireside Chat with Bill Bryant
Join us for an interactive workshop with Bill Bryant from DFJ where we will discuss trends in startup financing, angel investing and venture capital, as well as answer any questions you may have.
14Sep
Angel Investor Meeting
During the investor meeting, multiple investment opportunities are presented, including two to four new opportunities and updates from portfolio companies. The dinner also provides a wonderful networking environment with investors, industry experts, and serial entrepreneurs.
9Oct
WINGS Initial Application Deadline
The WINGS Initial Application deadline will be Oct 9, 2017.

Testimonials

Stefan J.M. Kraemer, MD, MBA
Surgeon, serial entrepreneur, Corporate VP of Medical Affairs
"When we first conceived the concept of WINGS - focused peer-support of new and serial entrepreneurs, backed by a strong screening committee, guided and supported by WBBA, working closely with U of W and local business leaders across all disciplines, graciously being provided access to numerous Rolodexes of successful partners and friends - we believed we were onto something that would have the potential to help the local medical device and life science community to bring new and exciting therapies and treatments to an ever increasing patient population in need. What we didn't expect was that the enthusiasm of the greater Northwest life science community to showcase new medical devices and healthcare-associated business ideas, the constantly growing interest of life science angel investors, and the passionate work of WINGS members and teams would turn the not-for-profit organization WINGS into a leading organization to help enable medical device and life science innovation at an unforeseen scale beyond its originally intended local reach."