— Portfolio —
— Our Team —
Bouyea is a Managing Director at FreshTracks Capital. He joined the team in 2005 during the investing life of FreshTracks’ first fund. Bouyea serves on the Boards of Social Sentinel, Patient Engagement Systems & Bridj, and is an Observer to Ello, Auterra, Mamava and Horse Network.
Cross is a co-founder of FreshTracks Capital and serves as a Managing Director of the Fund. He serves on the Boards of Vermont Teddy Bear, NativeEnergy, Faraday, Mamava & Budnitz Bicycles and is an Observer to the Board at SunCommon.
T.J. Whalen is a Managing Director at FreshTracks Capital. He joined the firm in 2016 to launch and deploy the FreshTracks IV fund. Whalen currently serves on the Boards of SunCommon, Budnitz Bicycles and NativeEnergy.
— Upcoming Events —
FreshTracks’ Road Pitch sends Business Bikers on the Road for a 4 day road trip across Vermont in search of the best and brightest entrepreneurs across the state. The Road Warriors hold Office Hours in select towns across the Green Mountains to solicit pitches from teams of entrepreneurs seeking advice and capital.
Matching Entrepreneurs & Investors on the Chairlift, Peak Pitch is a skiing, networking & pitching event FreshTracks organizes at Sugarbush Resort in March of each year.
— In The News —
FreshTracks Capital has launched a new venture fund designed to heat up new business in Vermont. The fourth fund in FreshTracks Capital’s family of Vermont-focused early-stage investment funds will target investment in up to 15 new companies over the next few years. To help manage the new fund, T.J. Whalen has joined as General Partner and Managing Director.
Road Pitch 2016 brought entrepreneurs and investors together for five days of touring Vermont to listen to about 50 local startups pitch their business ideas. The Road Pitch riders offer feedback to help startups learn more about the “business of business.” Read the press coverage in the Boston Globe.
The Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce named FreshTracks Capital its Business of the Year at the annual dinner held in November at the Sheraton Convention Center in South Burlington.