The 7 Businesses Venture Capitalists Are Really Interested In

Apr 28, 2017

VCs fill us in on the sectors likely to score major financing in the months and years ahead.

The following excerpt [that includes http://astia.org/astia-angels/ Astia Angels] is from Entrepreneur's book https://bookstore.entrepreneur.com/product/finance-business/Finance Your Business . Buy it now from http://amzn.to/2g1Mblk Amazon | http://www.tkqlhce.com/click-8135521-12329216-1444331022000?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.barnesandnoble.com%2Fw%2Ffinance-your-business-the-staff-of-entrepreneur-media%2F1123442719%3Fean%3D9781613083529&cjsku=9781613083529 Barnes & Noble | https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/book/finance-your-business/id1155830680?mt=11&at=11l9r7 iTunes

From the book:
Sharon Vosmek, CEO of Astia, a San Francisco-based nonprofit dedicated to identifying and promoting women as high-growth entrepreneurs, sees innovations in traditionally underfunded areas, like women’s health and reproductive health, as a growing market. Astia Angels, a global network of angel investors, backs select Astia companies.

“We plan to double down on those companies that actually understand that the female health-care market is a large and expanding market,” Vosmek says. A few examples from the Astia Angels portfolio: nVision Medical, a medical device startup tackling female infertility, and Naya Health, which makes a smart breast pump for nursing mothers.