Texas Emerging Technology Fund Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Venture Capital

  • Status
  • Inactive

  • Investments
  • 154

  • Portfolio
  • 35

  • Exits
  • 97

Exits

Texas Emerging Technology Fund General Information

Company Description

Established in 2005, the Texas Emerging Technology Fund was created to provide investments to technology start-ups. It was based in Dallas, Texas and preferred to make venture capital investments in technology and economic development sectors. Governor Greg Abbott signed a law ending the fund on June 4, 2015.

Business Details

Year Founded
2005
Investor Status
Out of Business
Primary Investor Type
Venture Capital
Other Investor Types
Accelerator/Incubator
Government
Corporate Office
  • 17919 Waterview Parkway
  • Suite 150
  • Dallas, TX 75252
  • United States

Texas Emerging Technology Fund Investments (154)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
Minimus Spine 07-Dec-2017 Later Stage VC 00.000 Biotechnology Generating Revenue 0000 00000
Biometric Signature ID 10-Oct-2017 00000 00000 00.00 Network Management Software Generating Revenue
Pronucleotein Biotechnologies 22-Jul-2015 00000 00.00 Other Healthcare Services Generating Revenue
VUV Analytics 07-Apr-2015 00000 00000 000 Electronic Equipment and Instruments Generating Revenue
Oncolix 22-Jan-2015 00000 00000 00.00 Drug Discovery Out of Business
NantHealth 01-Oct-2014 00000 00000 00000 Decision/Risk Analysis Generating Revenue/Not Profitable
Bellicum Pharmaceuticals 02-Sep-2014 00000 00000 0000 Drug Discovery Generating Revenue/Not Profitable
Alafair Biosciences 22-May-2014 00000 000 Therapeutic Devices Generating Revenue
DNAtrix 24-Feb-2014 Grant 000.00 Biotechnology Clinical Trials - General
Procyrion 20-Jan-2014 Later Stage VC 00.000 Surgical Devices Clinical Trials - Phase 1
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Texas Emerging Technology Fund Exits (97)

Company Name Exit Date Exit Type Exit Size
Bria Medical 28-Jan-2024 Out of Business
DentLight 01-Jan-2024 000000000 00000000
Corhythm 01-Dec-2023 000000000 00000000
Vendys 01-Sep-2023 000000000 00000000
ILearning Gateway 01-Jul-2023 000000000 00000000
Apaxis Medical 01-May-2023 000000000 00000000
Axelo 01-Mar-2023 000000000 00000000
Gradalis 01-Feb-2023 000000000 00000000
Veros Systems 01-Dec-2021 Merger/Acquisition
Qcue 27-Jul-2021 Merger/Acquisition
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Texas Emerging Technology Fund FAQs

  • What is Texas Emerging Technology Fund?

    Established in 2005, the Texas Emerging Technology Fund was created to provide investments to technology start-ups.

  • When was Texas Emerging Technology Fund founded?

    Texas Emerging Technology Fund was founded in 2005.

  • Where is Texas Emerging Technology Fund headquartered?

    Texas Emerging Technology Fund is headquartered in Dallas, TX.

  • How many investments has Texas Emerging Technology Fund made?

    Texas Emerging Technology Fund has made 154 investments.

  • What has Texas Emerging Technology Fund invested in?

    Texas Emerging Technology Fund has made numerous investments in companies like Minimus Spine, Biometric Signature ID, and Pronucleotein Biotechnologies within the Biotechnology, Network Management Software, and Healthcare Services industries.

  • What has Texas Emerging Technology Fund invested in recently?

    Texas Emerging Technology Fund's latest investment was on 07-Dec-2017 in Minimus Spine, a company within the Biotechnology industry.

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