Innosphere accepts eight new client companies into its incubation program

Friday November 6, 2015 0 comments Tags: Fort Collins, Innosphere, ValidCare, MyChoiceMD, Allergy Solutions, FluoroFinder, Mother's Milk Is Bes, SimpliOpus, ResourceX, The Food Corridor


FORT COLLINS -- Innosphere announced eight new client companies have been accepted into its incubation program and have begun attending initial exclusive training sessions.Innosphere_logo_USE

Innosphere said its client companies receive customized development plans, learn from other founders and experienced advisors ad receive ongoing support to ensure they have the know-how to raise the right kind of capital to grow exponentially.

“The Innosphere program has already been a great experience,” said Rod Nuss, founder and COO of ValidCare, a digital health care and services company accepted in the latest Innosphere new client cohort.

“We want to link with the growing health care startup community in Colorado, and Innosphere is a leader in fostering that growth and building that community.”

Innosphere is currently supporting 40 client companies with another two companies in pre-client status along with three Colorado State University student startup companies.

In 2015, Innosphere screened 120 company applications and accepted a total of 32 companies into the program throughout the year.

The new Innosphere companies are:

  • ValidCare, Centennial – A digital health care company focused on improving the surgical episode of care
  • MyChoiceMD, Fort Collins – Helps consumers have more choice when paying for medical care
  • Allergy Solutions, Erie – This company brings long-term relief for allergy sufferers and improves financial health for client doctors and companies through proven-safe and effective allergy care services.
  • FluoroFinder, Broomfield – Offers a cloud-based experiment design tool that enables scientists to select the best fluorochromes for their medical research experiments and where to find them
  • Mother’s Milk Is Best, Fort Collins – A company founded with the goal of improving feeding options for premature babies
  • SimpliOpus, Colorado Springs – A company that solves the problem of consistent sales execution by every seller
  • ResourceX, Denver – A fiscal analytics software venture providing advanced technology for resource allocation solutions
  • The Food Corridor, Fort Collins – A company that is a food hub connecting commercial kitchen space with food businesses.

Applications are now open for the next cohort of high-tech small businesses and startups for Innosphere’s incubation program that begins in January.   

Visit to submit an application by the deadline by Dec. 11.