Dranesville District Supervisor John Foust with NearStar Fusion CEO Amit Singh and Vice President and co-founder Christopher Faranetta (via NearStar Fusion/FCEDA) A medical device printer in Herndon is among five local companies that will receive funding from Fairfax County’s new grant program for startups. 3D Orthobiologic Solutions (3DOS), which launched in 2019, seeks
Antares, a private credit manager, in partnership with Hello Alice, a multi-channel platform that helps companies launch and grow, recently announced that, for the second year in a row, it will allocate $1 million of its own capital to diverse founders.The initiative, which is part of Antares' REACH program, is a
Google for Startups has awarded Austin-based Omaiven, which does workflow automation for clinic operations, $150,000 in cash and additional support services. It also awarded $150,000 to DataScope, a San Antonio-based startup that leverages mobile technology to revolutionize data collection and deliver real-time insights to any industry. “Google for Startups Latino Founders signifies a
Starting a business from scratch takes a lot of work — not to mention capital. A startup initiative from Google is helping Black and Latino entrepreneurs reach their goals. This year, five Chicagoans were awarded $150,000 each for their startups. The winners include Certiverse, an online exam development system; Speeko, a speech
Maria Artunduaga, founder and CEO at Respira Labs—a Latina-led medical technology company
From: iTHRIV The integrated Translational Health Research Institute of Virginia, or iTHRIV, a National Institutes of Health-funded Clinical and Translational Science Award hub, has awarded almost $80,000 in seed funding to two community-focused projects. The seed grant program is part of iTHRIV’s goal to promote translational science that bridges the gap between health researchers and community.