Apply Now: Join Innosphere’s program for science and tech entrepreneurs
To be considered for the fall cohort, submit an online application today at www.innosphere.org

Innosphere’s program focuses on ensuring companies are investor-ready, connecting founders with experienced advisors and early hires, making introductions to corporate partners, exit planning, and accelerating top line revenue growth. Innosphere supports entrepreneurs in many industries, including but not limited to: bioscience, digital health, medical device, energy, B2B software, smart cities, and artificial intelligence. The initial 3-month business incubation program begins in September, and is all about gaining customers, raising capital, and scaling your startup. We’re conducting interviews as applications come in – so submit your online application soon at www.innosphere.org.

Investments from Innosphere Fund:
The Innosphere Fund will be evaluating all incoming companies of the fall cohort to be considered for seed stage investments of up to $150,000 at the beginning of the company’s Innosphere engagement!

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Innosphere’s Bioscience Program:
Innosphere has a successful history of helping companies reach business milestones, working with university-based technologies to turn startups into viable businesses, and advancing technologies to commercialization. And you don’t just have to be a life science or medical device company to enjoy the benefits of Innosphere’s program, as we also work with many client companies that are developing B2B software solutions aimed at improving the health care business. We work closely with our companies to help them:

  • Understand what business models sell into health care
  • Penetrate into the current, long-standing health systems
  • Connect with health systems and payers

 

Should your science or tech company join Innosphere’s program? Don’t just take it from us — listen to Jamie Haggard, CEO of medical device company, Green Sun Medical, talk about his company’s experience with Innosphere’s program: