Pro-MECH Overview

  • Founded
  • 2012
Founded
  • Status
  • Out of Business
  • Latest Deal Type
  • Out of Business

Pro-MECH General Information

Description

Provider of e-Learning courses intended to train truck and diesel technicians to increase vehicle uptime and improve the bottom line of any fleet operations. The company's e-Learning courses uses 3D virtual reality and interactivity to offers course ranging from general concepts to material fittings and provides shop services that includes onsite training services and shop operations services, enabling truck and diesel technicians to diagnose the root cause of truck problems and solve it in an effective, convenient and hassle-free manner.

Contact Information

Website
Ownership Status
Out of Business
Financing Status
Formerly Angel backed
Primary Industry
Educational and Training Services (B2C)
Other Industries
Automotive
Educational Software
Primary Office
  • 2979 Lakeville Road
  • Avon, NY 14414
  • United States
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Pro-MECH Valuation & Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Raised to Date Post-Val Status Stage
4. Out of Business 01-Oct-2018 00.000 Completed Out of Business
3. Angel (individual) 22-Sep-2017 Cancelled Generating Revenue
2. Angel (individual) 08-Feb-2016 $1M $1.15M Completed Generating Revenue
1. Angel (individual) 19-Feb-2015 $150K $150K Completed Generating Revenue
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Pro-MECH Executive Team (4)

Name Title Board Seat Contact Info
Douglas Stark Vice President of Finance & Administration & Board Member
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Pro-MECH Board Members (5)

Name Representing Role Since
Dennis Deleo Pro-MECH Board Member 000 0000
Douglas Stark Pro-MECH Vice President of Finance & Administration & Board Member 000 0000
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