I  Georgia Medical Center Authority (GMCA)

http://www.georgiamedicalcenterauthority.org





     Office Locations:

973 Broad Street
Augusta, GA 30901
Phone: 706-432-4040
Fax: 706-432-4060

 

Stages:

  • Early
  • Seed


 

Industries:

  • Life Sciences & Healthcare
  • Medical Device

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    Description:

    Established in 2000, The Georgia Medical Center Authority (GMCA) is a statewide authority established by the Georgia General Assembly to advance the life sciences industry based in the State of Georgia through the provision of research, development and manufacturing facilities and programs. The Georgia Medical Center Authority helps advance the life sciences industry state-wide by providing up to $300 Million in revenue bonds for research, development, and manufacturing facilities, and by managing BioBusiness Centers, which serve as business accelerators for established, startup and post-incubator life sciences companies. The Georgia Medical Center Authority's vision is to advance the growth of Georgia's life sciences industry by facilitating the creation and retention of biomedical jobs, having substantial impact on Georgia's economy and the health of its citizens. The Georgia Medical Center Authority conceptualized the creation of business accelerator facilities in 2005 as a result of strong demand for space by post-incubator and start-up entrepreneurs in the Life Sciences industry (medical device, bioinformatics, medical software, telemedicine, and biotech). The Augusta BioBusiness Center (ABBC), the authority's flagship business accelerator facility, is located in historic, downtown Augusta, Georgia. This 17,000 sq. ft. facility, which features wet and dry laboratories and offices, currently hosts three life sciences companies, two of which were 'born' at the Medical College of Georgia.



    Investment Firm Key

       VC = Venture Capital
       PE = Private Equity
       A = Angel
       I = Incubator
       MB = Merchant Bank
       VD = Venture Debt
       FI = Family Investment Office
       FOF = Fund of Funds
       ED = Economic Development Office   
       TT = Technology Transfer Office
       CVC = Corporate Venture Capital
       SEC = Secondary Purchaser
       HF = Hedge Fund/Mutual Fund
       
       
       
    COMPANY STAGEREVENUE
    Venture Capital
    Seed Stage
    (includes "pre-seed," or
    concept stage)
    No Revenue
    Early StageMinimal
    Revenue
    Growth Stage
    (also called Mid-stage)
    $2M-$7M
    Expansion Stage
    (also called Late-stage)
    $7M and greater
    Private Equity
    Lower Middle Market$10M-$249M
    Middle Market$250M-$499M
    Upper Middle Market$500M-$1B
    Large Cap>$1B
       
       
     

    Investment Team:


    Name   Title
    Get the complete investment team + individual email addresses for investment team partners. Get personal images, LinkedIn links, investment specialties, office locations and more with a National Database subscription.
    Stanley M. DeHoff Executive Director

     

    Portfolio companies include:


      HealthTronics Laboratory Solutions
        web link


      Integrated Science Systems
        web link


      REACH Call
        web link


     

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