A new angel investor group focused on funding entrepreneurs, specifically early-stage, high-growth-potential companies at the pre-seed or seed stage, has launched in Green Bay.
The Startup Hub, powered by the Greater Green Bay Chamber, announced the formation of the Tundra Angels on Wednesday.
“Tundra Angels, at its core, is about delivering hope to entrepreneurs through capital, strategic connections and customers,” says Matthew Kee, startup development manager with the Greater Green Bay Chamber. “These three components — capital, connections and customers — are critical to startup progress, especially in the early stages.”
Tundra Angels has several committed investor members, including: Garritt Bader, founder of GB Real Estate Investments; Ryan Chernick, president of Camera Corner Connecting Point; Gregg Mattek, key account executive at Google and owner of Copper State Brewery; and Al Zeise, founder of ZyQuest and founder and CEO of Huterra.