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VentureSouth portfolio news - summer 2018

KIYATEC led the big news this summer, with the admittance of the first patients to its first clinical trial. Learn more here and in Bloomberg.

Other portfolio companies continued their impressive momentum too:

Kwipped - featured in Hypepotamus, a tech start-up site, and are entering the metrology equipment market.

Proterra - announced a sale to Toronto Transit Commission, are offering high-powered charging systems, are helping create double-decker electric buses, and are delivering buses in Dallas, to the Eastern Contra Costa Transit Authority, and in Chicago. Keep rollin'.

Spiffy - New portfolio company (announced here) launched its Spiffy Blue, an on-board diagnostics sensor that will monitor your vehicle's health information. This announcement was also picked up by the Triangle Business Journal.

New portfolio company Emergo Therapeutics was featured in The Triangle's WRAL TechWire - another stellar entrepreneurial management team that we're pleased to add to the VentureSouth portfolio.

TiO - has teamed up with Level Homes in the Triangle. Their product was also added to a new home for a wounded veteran and his family through Operation Coming Home.

Threatswitch continues to roll out new features - this month smart filtered views.

Livi is a life-saver - and available on Amazon.

And Reveal Mobile and Proaxion are on the main stage at the CED Tech Conference in September.

VentureSouth portfolio news - Spring 2018

The VentureSouth portfolio continues to blossom in the spring of 2018. Here are a few highlights from the last few weeks.

Zipit - announced that it has joined Amazon Web Services' partner network.

Atlas Organics - continues to grow in Chattanooga, this time on commercial food waste collection with EPB. They received the James B. Thompson Small Business of the Year Award for their growth and innovation in Spartanburg, and were featured by GVL Today* for an article informing readers how to compost in Greenville. 

*GVL Today is a product of 6AM City, another VentureSouth portfolio company. You should definitely be on their list...

Baebies - March's BaebieTalk newsletter tackled Pompe and raises awareness of Fabry Awareness Month, and the May letter covered more on baby diagnostic issues.

Reveal Mobile - Brian Handly, CEO of 2017 investment Reveal Mobile, has a regular feature in Forbes. Last month's covered how mobile data helps measure retail foot traffic.

Emrgy - its hydropower design and frictionless magnetic gearbox was featured in Clean Technica and CEO Emily Morris was interviewed by Renewable Energy Magazine

TiO Home - informative and detailed feature in Florida Today

Avadim - announced that its patent applications have been allowed in the U.S. and Japan relating to a method for reducing the incidence of catheter-associated urinary tract infections

Kwipped - launched a new version of their website to simplify their users' experience. CEO Robert Preville sat for an interview with PYMNTS for their latest "Topic TBD" podcast. They pitched at the Silicon Valley Open Doors Tech Conference at the end of May, Robert was interviewed by Business North Carolina to discuss their participation there, and they were featured on WECT news regarding the Silicon Valley conference.

KIYATEC - expanded its leadership team with the appointments of Vice Presidents of Clinical Affairs and Commercial Operations

Brightfield Transportation - Tuck Social Venture Fund (TSVF), a student-led impact investing fund at Dartmouth, has invested in Brightfield

 

Portfolio news - October 2017

In what is rapidly becoming the Proterra and Avadim show, below are links to some of the newsworthy items for late September and October.

Proterra: after several years and much effort, here come the first two Proterra buses in Greenville. And these are now officially world-record-breaking buses; take a seat Tesla.  And Proterra also announced partnerships with LG Chem, purchases by Van Hool, and more.

Avadim: Avadim announced a partnership with another market leader - this time Cardinal Health, to provide Avadim's line of topical bionome therapies. But not everything goes according to plan...

TiO Home announced a partnership with On Top Of The World Communities - a 3-year, 1,200-home program beginning in January.

Kwipped was featured in Total Station Markets, Chemistry World, MSN Lifestyle, the Journal Of Clinical Research Best Practices, and Irish Tech News - quite a selection. It also passed $75MM in listed assets.

Target Pharma: announced the extension of its partnerships with Bristol-Myers Squibb and Intercept, and a new partnership with Boehringer Ingelheim.

And Baebies announced a global distribution partnership for SEEKER with Trivitron's Labsystems Diagnostics.