Friday November 6, 2015 0 comments
FORT COLLINS -- Innosphere announced eight new client companies have been accepted into its incubation program and have begun attending initial exclusive training sessions.
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 www.innosphere.org/apply to submit an application by the deadline by Dec. 11.