Rising Venture Capital Firm Funds Innovative Data Automation App
Serial biotech entrepreneur and venture capital specialist, Mike Moradi, is Venture Partner at Cortado Ventures. Here Mike discusses life sciences tech in Oklahoma, including an article for the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
Co-Investment Alongside Atento Capital and Oklahoma Life Science Fund Expands Market for Sway Medical, Innovative Medical Diagnostic Technology
First 100 Days Report, Announcing Next Investment, Board of Advisors, Aerospace Advisor, and More
Today’s announcement is a big moment. MITO is building the future of materials.
Cortado Ventures is pleased to announce the firm has successfully passed the original $10MM target for the early stage venture capital fund, several months ahead of schedule.
Nears $10MM fund target, signs Entrepreneur In Residence, in the news, and more…
Listen to the podcast interview with The Over 50 Entrepreneur: Nathaniel Harding | Spotting the Potential for Explosive Growth
Managing Partner Nathaniel Harding contributed an article for the OKC Friday newspaper about why Cortado backs transformative Oklahoma companies in this economic environment.
Cortado Ventures is pleased to announce the initial close of their fund was completed in four weeks, with significant progress made toward the fund’s overall target raise.
In our second newsletter, we are pleased to announce the initial close of our fund, with significant progress toward the fund’s overall target raise.
Partner and Co-Founder David Woods is a regular speaker on leadership and growth strategy. He is often asked for insights on starting and growing companies, and today is sharing his perspective about Cortado’s founding and a message for entrepreneurs.
Cortado Ventures is a new venture capital fund launching this week—founded by serial entrepreneurs, investors, and CEOs—and we back entrepreneurs who are driving innovation in Oklahoma.
Cortado Venture’s launch caught the eye of Oklahoma’s premier newspaper, The Journal Record. In an exclusive interview, Nathaniel Harding discussed why Oklahoma and why now amid the pandemic.
Eighty percent of all venture capital is spent on three coastal states. Unfortunately, this statistic often leads founders to think they need to move to California, Massachusetts or New York to build a high growth company.