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December 13th, 2004

Angel Groups in Chicagoland Beginning to Sprout

Abstract:
I recently spoke extensively with Ron Kirschner (or rather I plied him with questions and he patiently handled them), who is the founder and president of Heartland Angels.

According to the Heartland Angels Web site, it will pursue investing and helping develop new companies (including) Science-based innovations (this is a large category that includes nanotech, biotech, ag tech, medical devices, nutraceuticals, environmental and many more)

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