SAGETECH AVIONICS Transforming a Troubled Local Business Into a Growth Startup Takeaways: - Moving quickly to find the right partner to stabilize a difficult situation - Finding an equity partner that supports management's vision -
Transforming a Troubled Local Business Into a Growth Startup
– Moving quickly to find the right partner to stabilize a difficult situation
– Finding an equity partner that supports management’s vision
– Investing in the company’s infrastructure for the future
– Bringing the best from Silicon Valley to a local Portland technology company
Sagetech Avionics, Inc. provides the world’s smallest robust aviation surveillance equipment. Their products dominate the UAS market and are standard or optional equipment on most production small and medium unmanned aircraft. Sagetech products have been paving the way in miniature surveillance avionics since 2005 when they began delivering Mode C transponders for Marine Corps ScanEagles. This transponder was a first in transponder miniaturization, providing a feature setting ScanEagle apart in the UAS market: the ability to be seen by ATC radar.
A link to the webinar will be emailed to all registrants the day prior to the event.
Tom Furey, CEO, Sagetech Avionics: Tom began his career flying the A-6 Intruder aircraft in the U.S. Navy, leading multi-aircraft missions as an airwing strike leader in the First Gulf War. Tom has held numerous operations and general management positions in Honeywell Aerospace, Avery Dennison, Standard Register and Unitec Electronics. Tom is based in the Portland area.
Nathan Chandrasekaran, Partner, Columbia River Partners: Nathan specializes in investing and advising middle market companies and has significant experience in tech-enabled services. Nathan spent over ten years at a NY-based middle market private equity firm with $1.5 billion of assets under management. Nathan was a board member of numerous companies. He started his career in finance and entrepreneurship after receiving his degree in Neuroscience from Bowdoin College and also received an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management. Nathan is based in the Seattle area.
(Thursday) 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm