Catalyst adds two companies to its proposed digital health campus in north Denver district

By: InnovatioNews Wednesday June 10, 2015 0 comments Tags: Denver, Catalyst, Mike Biselli, Chris Melton, Corvectra, Bret Fund, Entrepy


DENVER -- Organizers of the Catalyst health care campus in north Denver announced two new companies have joined the Catalyst community.Catalyst_logo

The companies are Corvectra, a sensor technology company developing a hand-held biosensor; and Entrepy, a hub for cybersecurity talent.

“Colorado is on track to be the digital health innovation leader by 2020, and this community of innovators, entrepreneurs and decision makers needs a place to call home,” said Chris Melton, Corvectra CEO.

“Catalyst will be that home in Colorado and we’re excited to be part of it.”

“We are excited to join Catalyst because few areas of technology offer as much promise to better the lives of Americans than digital health,” said Bret Fund, Entrepy managing partner.

Mike Biselli, health care entrepreneur spearheading the Catalyst campus, said discussions remain ongoing for possible locations in the River North district of Denver.

“As you can imagine, securing very large parcels of real estate in one of the hottest neighborhoods in Denver doesn’t happen overnight,” said Biselli. “Once we have finalized the deal structure, the Catalyst team will be introducing the location and landowners to the community.”


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