Tuesday March 25, 2014 0 commentsFORT COLLINS - Innosphere announced six new startup client companies have joined the Fort Collins-based incubator as 2014 gets underway.
Last year, Innosphere graduated its largest class of client companies in its 14-year history.
"We are riding this momentum into 2014 and we are committed to attracting, incubating and graduating the most promising cleantech, bioscience and software companies that will grow the economy, create jobs and address some of the most critical issues facing our world today in energy, water, transportation and health care," said Mike Freeman, Innosphere CEO.
"This group of new clients are high-potential startups and we're excited to be working with all of their impressive and qualified management teams."
The new client companies are:
- VAIREX Air Systems--A designer, manufacturer and seller of high-performance air compressors for the global fuel cell and diesel emissions controls markets
- WeatherCloud--A startup that uses automobiles as weather sensors to produce hyper-accurate, highly granular road weather forecasts
- Prieto Battery--A spin-out company from Colorado State University, the company founded by Dr. Amy Prieto aims to commercialize a patented 3D lithium-ion battery technology using non-toxic materials
- Kindara--This startup gives women and men the tools, knowledge and power to navigate their fertility with a smartphone and device app
- 30dB--A startup offering a free opinion-search-and-opinion-publishing platform to aggregate public opnion with social media feedback
- eGauge--This startup offers a suite of Web-based apps to help organizations align resources to grow
"This first group of 2014 client companies reaffirms that Innosphere has another exciting year ahead of supporting the innovation ecosystem and Colorado startups," Freeman said.