Connecting High Quality Investors
& Entrepreneurs Together

HBS Angels of Boston

Connecting Harvard Alumni who are Interested in Investing in Early‑Stage Companies on an Individual Basis with Potential Investment Opportunities

Upcoming Events

FEBRUARY 25th – Time TBD

NVC Regional Semi Finals

& Angels Pitch

More Information to Come


Looking for
Early Stage Financing

No Harvard affiliation required. Apply for consideration now.


Harvard Alumni
Interested in
Early Stage Investing

Connect with, learn about, and invest in quality, early stage companies.

Join the HBS Angels of Boston

HBS Angels of Boston membership is included for President’s or Chair’s Club Members of the

HBS Association of Boston. You can also pay for each event as a non-member. 

Watch Past Company Pitches

Agile Devices

Agile Devices is looking to commercialize a novel deflectable microcatheter technology.


Learn more about Agile Devices



Beckon Ice Cream

Beckon is the first premium, lactose-free ice cream that is still made from real milk and cream.


Learn more about Beckon Ice Cream 




Operator of a unified platform built for commercial real estate projects and new development.



Learn more about BLDUP



Carda Health

Builder of world’s first machine learning enabled remote cardiac rehab platform



Learn more about Carda Health 



Foodspace helps the CPG industry build trust and gain conversion with instant, accurate product information


Learn more about   Foodspace



Fresh Connect

Fresh Connect helps cut office rental and operating costs by up to 50% and increases job satisfaction levels dramatically.


Learn more about   Fresh Connect



incasa health

incasa enables fast, affordable urgent, on-demand care delivered to patients at home.



Learn more about   incasa health




Lawn Serv

Lawn Serv is a DIY lawn care subscription box disrupting the $10B+ residential lawn care industry


Learn more about   Lawn Serv




Begin your journey to a more empowered pregnancy and post-partum experience.





Learn more about LotusMethod 





Lupii is here to help people live more plantiful lives, through the power of the small but mighty lupini bean.




Learn more about Lupii 





Nix has developed a disposable sweat sensor that provides athletes, soldiers, and laborers with real-time data to manage their hydration status.


Learn more about Nix 




Reveal Pharma

Reveal is the future of medical imaging: safer gadolinium-free contrast-enhanced MRI scans and precision imaging platform



Learn more about Reveal Pharma 




Maker of a digital platform that facilitates everyday bets between friends




Learn more about Settlyt




Storytelling is the core of impactful communication. Story2 can help you achieve measurable results.


Learn more about Story2



Vincere Health

Developer of a telehealth platform that pays smokers to quit, paid for by insurers.



Learn more about Vincere Health 




Smoodi Syndication Success!


Syndication via HBS Angels was a big success for Smoodi, an automated, self cleaning smoothie maker which incubated at the Harvard i-Lab. HBSAA Boston President John Reichenbach spotted the potential for Smoodi to be the Keurig for smoothies, mentored the founders, and subsequently invested. Smoodi raised $50k from HBSAA Boston, and another $510k from syndication to other HBSAA chapters.  Investors included  Alvaro Rodriguez from FCP Ventures. This raise of $765k will fund expansion as Smoodi targets convenience stores, universities, retail locations and offices. The ability to offer a limited-touch, healthy snack in a category defining format sets Smoodi apart in the marketplace.

Pascal Kriesche, CEO and co-founder says “John believed in us early on and suggested to pitch to the HBS Angels Global Syndication that was fundamental in getting us oversubscribed quickly even as COVID lockdowns were in place. We are glad and fortunate that through the HBS Angels community we have brought on board an incredible set of new investors that can open doors for us and contribute with their specific expertise far beyond the investment itself.”

Over 1,000 Members in the Harvard Business School Alumni Angels Association

More than 300 Companies Funded by HBSAAA

$60 Million Invested in Early Stage Companies through HBSAAA