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FIRM OVERVIEW: Medium SBIC founded in 1998 based out of Seattle, USA (US West)

FIRM DESCRIPTION: Integra Ventures is an early stage life science and healthcare services venture fund.

TEAM MEMBERS: Hans Lundin, James Nelson, Joseph Piper, Margaret McCormick, Tim Black,

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Fund: Integra Ventures

Posted by RZimmerman on 2007-10-02

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The Partners are very collaborative and bring varied backgrounds in a synergistic manner. Margaret McCormick took the lead for our project. She has prior start up CEO experience so 'gets it' and was supported by Tim Black, a partner with strong legal experience and Jim Nelson, an MD with relevant clinical experience in our space. The leader of the firm, Joe Piper, made his money running a business so they have lots of good ideas to help understaffed 'virtual' companies grow. They asked tough questions and challenged the assumptions, but everything was relevant and in a positive manner. Smart and user friendly to work with, part of the solution, not the problem.

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