The Red Bear Angels’ Blog

Red Bear Angels welcomes Cornell Hockey Captain Mitchell Vanderlaan!

  • June 7, 2018
  • Meghan Cross

Red Bear Angels is delighted to welcome Mitchell Vanderlaan to the team as our summer analyst! On the heels of a great season - ranking #1 in U.S. Men's Hockey, Mitchell is a rising Senior and Captain of the Cornell Hockey team. When he's not at Lynah, he will be meeting with Cornell entrepreneurs, helping us sou ...

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The Bears are Bullish On: Rosie

  • May 31, 2018
  • Meghan Cross

At Red Bear Angels, we get to catch up with our founders pretty often. Recently, we decided to open up these conversations and let everyone have the opportunity to hear their words of wisdom. For a new series where we highlight our fast-growing portfolio companies, we sat down with Nick Nickitas (Cornell MBA '13) the magnetic founder behind Read more

Cornell Influencer Series: Zach Shulman

  • May 31, 2018
  • Meghan Cross

  Red Bear Angels sits down with ~20 Cornell entrepreneurs every month - that's at least 240 innovations spinning out of the Cornell student, faculty and alumni network every year! Ever wonder how there are just so many Cornellians starting companies? It's because of all of the great resources on campus that harness that entrepreneurial ...

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Member Spotlight Series: Susan Danziger

  • May 31, 2018
  • Meghan Cross

Introducing the new Red Bear Angels series, shining light on our fantastic members and their investment experience. In 2017, only 2% of VC dollars went to female founders, and the average round size for a female founder is less than 50% of a male founder's. Meanwhile, the First Round Capital '10 Year Project' reports Read more

Red Bear Angels on Cheddar TV

  • August 8, 2017
  • admin

Cheddar TV, the financial news network targeting millennials, invited Red Bear Angels to broadcast live from the floor of the NYSE timed with the Closing Bell on Friday, August 4th. The interview with RBA's Managing Director focused on our talent thesis around backing Cornell founders. Have a look at the clip below. Read more