A Notre Dame Inspired Angel Group
Founded in 2012, the IrishAngels investing group is dedicated to furthering startup growth through early stage investments in which a founder, Board member, or active investor is a student, graduate, parent, or faculty member at the University of Notre Dame. IrishAngels is comprised of over 140 investors with startup or finance backgrounds in a variety of sectors. IrishAngels members are interested in identifying and investing in the most promising early stage ventures and are able to leverage the extensive Notre Dame network to provide value to our portfolio companies.
IrishAngels seeks high potential startups for seed and Series A investments (~$1 million to $3 million). Prospective portfolio companies should have a management team with relevant experience, high growth potential, a completed product or service, and a thoughtfully constructed growth strategy. If your startup has a connection to the University of Notre Dame and satisfies all IrishAngels investment criteria, please contact us for more information on our investing process.
Page Vault raises more venture funding
The Chicago-based company's software is used by law firms to capture web pages as evidence. Founded in 2013 by former Motorola researcher Jeff Eschbach, Page Vault is based at Catapult and has 14 employees.
The financing was led by Irish Angels, which also led a prior $1.5 million round, alongside Pritzker Group Venture Capital, Wintrust Ventures and Ringleader Ventures, as well as Boston-based Foley Ventures and Milwaukee-based Golden Angels and Meridian Street Ventures in Indianapolis. Eschbach said he turned away some investors.