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January 21, 2017

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Companies Funded by the Institute

Since its inception, the Institute has provided funding to 26 companies, shown on the following table. These funded companies have raised over $30 million in additional private investment and are in various stages of development. The table below shows the companies and where they are located within Florida. The list of companies that the Institute has funded are all in the categories identified by economic development professionals as having high wages and are in industries that help diversify the Florida economy.

Company Name Product/Service Location
eTect Healthcare Devices Gainesville
NeuroNet Learning Learning Readiness Program
Paracosm 3D Modeling
Shadow Health Healthcare Computer Training Programs
SharpSpring, LLC Marketing Analytics
TruVitals Zero Contact Vital Sign Monitor
Biscayne Pharmaceuticals Pharmaceuticals Miami/ Miami Beach
Heart Genomics Clinical Diagnostic Tests
Insero Small Molecule Therapies
Vigilant Bioscience Oral Cancer Screening
Coefficient Consumer Research Orlando
flexReceipts Electronic Receipts Consumer Analytics  
Garmor Graphene Manufacturing
Nanophotonica Electronic Displays
TapShield Emergency Alerting
Bing Energy International Fuel Cells Tallahassee
BioFront Diagnostic Kits
Prevacus Pharmaceuticals
ClearSpec Medical Healthcare Devices Boca Raton
GLG Pharma Biotechnology Jupiter
KeriCure Wound Care Products Wesley Chapel
Modulation Therapeutics Pharmaceuticals Tampa
OB Medical Healthcare Monitoring System Newberry
Ocoos Business Technology Ocala
Spyglass Technologies Water Sensors St. Petersburg
Sun BioPharma Pharmaceuticals Ponte Vedra Beach

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