Brandverge connects advertisers with their favorite media companies at scale, driving efficiency, productivity, and creativity.
Ocrolus technology optimizes bank statement analysis methods across a number of industries. Ocrolus is the fastest-growing fintech company in the U.S. and the #1 fastest-growing software company in New York.
StateBook is the first online marketplace for site selection and economic growth and development.
Perch unites physical products with digital content to engage shoppers, analyze behavior, and drive sales.
Arcview is the most comprehensive and cited source in the cannabis industry, helping industry pioneers navigate complex waters.
Mathison is a SaaS talent marketplace that helps employers recruit diverse job seekers.
SimpleSense is a modern information-sharing platform that decreases emergency response times by bringing better information, more quickly, to the right people. The Westchester Angels signed a non-binding letter of intent to invest, which helped Founder/ CEO, Eric Kanagy secure a $1M contract from the Air Force. A few months later, Eric secured an additional Air Force contract for $9M.
Roomie works with universities across the country to rent and sell beds to the institution and its students.
Trust.care guides insurance brokers, advisors, and individuals to the best package.
UAT, United Aircraft Technologies, is improving fuel economy, maintenance, and safety in the aerospace industry.
Broker Buddha is a next-generation customer engagement portal for independent insurance brokers.
Jica produces delicious snack foods, including flavored chips and a new no-calorie tortilla.
Lately is social media management that turns underdogs into big dogs.
ARC Angel Fund invests in seed- and early-stage companies with high growth potential, with investments ranging from $50,000 to $250,000.
Circuit is an all-electric, last-mile shuttle service that reduces single-occupancy vehicles and GHG emissions.
HomeRoots is an AI based B2B/Wholesale full-service furniture platform. HR manages logistics and facilitates an ‘“Amazon Prime-like” buyer experience