Thursday January 29, 2015 0 comments
FORT COLLINS - Innosphere, Colorado's leading science and technology incubator, announced it has accepted 12 new client companies into its incubator program.
Innosphere focuses on entrepreneurs building potential high-growth companies in cleantech, bioscience and software industries.
The 12 new companies are the largest cohort to be accepted into Innosphere at one time.
Innosphere said it had an intentional focus on recruiting startups and high-growth businesses that are commercializing technology innovations to improve the efficiency of oil-and-gas operations and reduce environmental impacts.
"Many of the business challenges faced by the oil-and-gas industry can be solved with technology," said Rob Writz, Innosphere's clean technology program director.
"That's why we are dedicated to supporting startups that are reducing the environmental footprint."
Four of the 12 new companies have advanced technologies for use in the oil-and-gas industry, including Cool Energy Inc., PetroDe, Sustainable Power Systems and Vortex Tools.
Other companies in the cohort are Agribotix and Growcentia (ag tech); AllProWebTools and Black Square Technologies (software/hardware); Green Sun Medical, Telespine and Leo Technologies (bioscience); and Peak Efficiency (cleantech).
"We're very excited to be working with all of these highly motivated founders and teams," said Mike Freeman, Innosphere CEO.