Cambridge, Massachusetts — March 24, 2020 — AeroShield announced it has received an investment from Ideaship, a patent leveraged venture capital firm that provides patent development support for early stage startups. The investment will assist AeroShield’s mission of supplying insulated glass window manufacturers with their affordable, energy-efficient, super-insulating aerogel glass layer.
“We are fortunate to be working with Elise and Kyle, the founding team of Aeroshield. Their mission to commercialize and create a new standard in advanced specialty materials that will directly improve quality of life and the state of the planet, immediately captivated us,” commented Michael Lubitz, co-founder of Ideaship and Managing Director and Founder of GTT Group.
“AeroShield is founded on technical innovation that brings together material development, manufacturing, and product design. Ideaship offers the expertise and support to tackle the various challenges we need to be successful to help make our dream of cost-effective, sustainable materials a reality,” said Elise Strobach, CEO, President, and Co-Founder of AeroShield.
AeroShield is a glass insulation, advanced materials, B2B startup based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. AeroShield is creating high-clarity silica aerogel with state-of-the-art materials developed at MIT. The material is twice as insulating as air and lighter than a marshmallow.
Ideaship provides patent development capital for early stage ventures.
Ideaship is a collaboration between Global Technology Transfer Group (GTT Group) and Panasonic Intellectual Property Corporation of America. Ideaship combines the expertise and experience of GTT Group’s patent analysis, valuation, and monetization practices with Panasonic Intellectual Property Corporation of America’s leading patent department to achieve enterprise value premiums.