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Cary, North Carolina-based investment firm Cofounders Capital Management LLC made its first deal with a Florida company when it led a seven-figure investment into Orlando-based ViewStub LLC. However, the deal with the events streaming software startup is not destined to be Cofounders Capital’s last in the Sunshine State. Instead, the firm is making a push to...
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An Orlando-based startup determined to make hybrid events easier to host on Aug. 27 hauled in its biggest investment round yet. This will help ViewStub LLC launch an app, co-founder and CEO Spencer Elliott told Orlando Inno. The round was led by Cary, North Carolina-based Cofounders Capital Management LLC, the companies announced Sept. 7. The companies did not...
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Tim Balz has worked on a long list of successful wheelchair innovations, landing his name on a patent and leading a project endorsed by renowned physicist Stephen Hawking.   Balz’s latest efforts won’t revolutionize the wheelchair, but rather, the quality of life of the people who use them. Read more here. Source: Orlando Inno Author: Alex Soderstrom
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SeedFundersOrlando has made its eighth Florida startup investment, which will boost a Space Coast company’s efforts to prevent pressure sores that kill tens of thousands of people every year.  Early-stage investment group SeedFundersOrlando invested $195,000 in Melbourne-based Kalogon, SeedFundersOrlando announced Aug. 30. Read more here. Source: Orlando Inno Author: Alex Soderstrom
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Five local startup founders on June 29 shared the next steps in their quests to revolutionize industries from satellites to investing. The entrepreneurs pitched their businesses and fielded questions at VentureScaleUp Demo Day, which capped Orlando-based business accelerator VentureScaleUp’s Spring 2021 cohort. Five companies went through the 12-week program, receiving mentorship and training along the...
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