The Warehouse biz accelerator adds UVAX CONCEPTS to client list

Thursday October 1, 2015 0 comments Tags: Loveland, The Warehouse, Kelly Peters, UVAX Concepts


LOVELAND -- The Warehouse  business accelerator announced it has accepted its sixth client, UVAX CONCEPTS USA Inc.The_Warehouse_logoUSE

UVAX CONCEPTS USA Inc. and The Warehouse are partnering to expand the company’s growth and manufacturing capacity from Colorado.

The Warehouse is Northern Colorado’s premiere and sole source for second-stage assistance of technology and manufacturing companies. As a client, The Warehouse will provide UVAX CONCEPTS USA with support during its expansion needs in different areas, from technological capacities (The Warehouse recently signed a partnering agreement with NASA Glenn Research Center) to assistance with business development, supply chains, real estate, the leadership team and funding. 

Kelly Peters, The Warehouse's executive director, said UVAX is a prime candidate for its membership. “Their team is experienced and their technologies, focused on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), will advance the way facilities and infrastructure is managed in the future to control data, energy usage and maintenance.”

UVAX CONCEPTS USA’s mission is to facilitate asset management through “intelligent decisioning” for facilities and critical infrastructure optimization by building out flexible, scalable, secure and cost-effective systems and solutions that can be remotely controlled.  

Founded in 2013, The Warehouse Business Accelerator is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit corporation in Loveland serving Northern Colorado’s second-stage technology and manufacturing firms. Funded by investments from the Loveland Development Fund and the City of Loveland, the focus of The Warehouse is to provide sophisticated, customized advisory and connection support to high-growth technology firms in their second stage.

When these firms are supported and survive this critical growth stage, they are the primary drivers of economic growth and job creation, The Warehouse said.