Bill Miller is the founder and Managing Partner of Miller Investment Management. Bill is responsible for the overall investment strategy of both the venture and hedge funds. He is an active board member in a majority of the venture portfolio companies, where he leverages his experiences as an entrepreneur and investor to help companies make strategic decisions and grow their business.
Bill co-founded StorageNetworks, a cloud data storage company, in 1997. The company grew to $125 million in revenues and completed an IPO in 2000, reaching a peak market cap of $16 billion. Bill has invested in 25 start-up companies over the past 15 years with 10 successful exits. Bill’s career also includes experience in the semiconductor industry and data storage sales. He has a BS in Chemistry from the University of Illinois.
I am the CEO of Scott Communities and a serial entrepreneur with experience in many industries. Over the course of my 30-year career, I have owned a wide range of businesses including a venture capital company which specializes in bio-based specialty chemicals, a home and apartment building company, cable company, oil and gas drilling company, software development firm, distressed property fund and an in-house advertising agency, among many others. My expertise is in starting and scaling companies in real estate development, debt restructuring and private finance. In addition to building Scott Communities into a successful home building company, I am also actively acquiring distressed real estate and developing several oil and gas E&P and service companies.I am a native of Arizona, have been a Regent of Brophy College Preparatory and Xavier College Preparatory and have worked on many charity and corporate boards, including the Phoenix Symphony, Desert Botanical Gardens, Arthritis Foundation, Herberger Theater and Maricopa Colleges Foundation.
Vance Street Capital is a Los Angeles based private equity firm that invests in profitable middle market companies with enterprise values ranging from $50 to $200 million. Preferred industries include aerospace & defense, precision manufacturing, healthcare and business services. Vance targets companies that have a history of growth and profitability, along with profit margin improvement opportunities.
AgTech - Biotech - Clean tech / environment - Energy tech - Impact - Material science - Medical devices - Phoenix, Arizona - Vancouver, Canada, Canada
BioTech • AgroTech • Hardware (& Manufacturing) • Energy • CleanTech • Impact • Material Science • Medical Devices (& Hospital Services) • Investment Management • Nanotechnology
Partner, Health Investment at Pangaea Ventures
Innovation enthusiast with private capital market investment experience with both traditional (private equity) and innovative (healthcare venture capital) business models. Strategic and operational consultant focused on project delivery, change management and process implementation across North America and Europe.
Investing in Medical Devices (& Hospital Services) Arizona , Anaheim Cal..., U.S.A.
Arizona - Anaheim California - Phoenix Arizona - California - U.S.A., U.S.A.
Medical Devices (& Hospital Services)
The City of Peoria, Arizona, BioAccel and The Plaza Companies have created BioInspire, an incubator in Peoria dedicated to medical device development that provides working capital and space to qualifying companies. BioInspire, operated by BioAccel, will offer first-class working space, technical/business assistance and collaborative opportunities. Unique to BioInspire is its focus on medical devices and, most importantly, that qualified tenants, through BioAccel's commercialization programs, may receive up to $300,000 for working capital and/or free or greatly reduced rent. The facility is located on the Plaza del Rio Campus, a 180-acre 'medical hub' featuring 400,000 square feet of medical and healthcare offices and outpatient centers along with 1,000 beds of various components of senior living options. The campus will provide an environment for the growth of companies once they leave the incubator. Bioinspire consists of 6,800 square feet divided into four individual laboratories, one larger common laboratory (a unique feature providing laboratory access to tenants that do not require an individual lab), ten offices of various configurations providing for flexibility, a break room where tenants can connect and a shared conference room.