Venture Capital Busy Looking to the Future (Blurry in Once Case) While Rest of Economy Drags Along the Recent Past

 

Recent Filings Show Some Interesting VC and VC-like Activity

RedShift Systems, a private company out of Massachusetts, raised $2.4 million of its $2.85 million Series B round.  This round was led by Technology Venture Partners for the expansion of its team and development of its tunable infrared laser products.

According to RedShift:

Spectroscopy, at the intersection of light and matter, will be one of the revolutionary technologies of the 21st century. We are on the brink of being able to routinely detect, measure and identify virtually everything that surrounds us . . . RedShift is applying its expertise in micro system, tunable filter, and laser technologies to help move this revolution forward.”

We picture X-Ray Specs:

More relevant to our immediate future, Death Door Spirits announced it has sold about $648,000 of its planned $1,025,000 offering.  They make gin, vodka and white whiskey.  We assume you can tell them apart by taste.  The bottles look cool.

Links:
RedShift Systems Form D
RedShift Systems Homepage
Death Door Spirits Form D
Death Door Spirits Homepage

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One Response to Venture Capital Busy Looking to the Future (Blurry in Once Case) While Rest of Economy Drags Along the Recent Past

  1. Mike Harmon says:

    I must say this is a great article i enjoyed reading it keep the good work :)

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