There has been a surge in medical startups, especially diagnostic testing and the industrial innovation is rapidly shifting towards biomedical with more than 250 startups emerging in Florida post COVID-19.
Jenna Kavanaugh, the COO of Invest Buffalo Niagara discusses targeted industry growth, talent retention, workforce development, and scaling businesses in Buffalo Niagara. She also shares her experience with people moving from the New York Metro area to less dense, but amenity-rich Buffalo Niagara.
Thomas Henry, discusses the carbon-free industrial growth in the coming years and Houston’s potential in helping cleantech companies to scale in the region and across the country.
People undergoing chemotherapy struggle to keep up with their treatment without getting an IV bag beforehand. Biolyte is helping people get their doses of IV in a bottle easing their daily lives.
On this episode of the Economic Development Podcast, Josh Claman, CEO of Rimidi shares how COVID-19 has impacted the general healthcare system and what opportunities does Atlanta of 2021 provides to companies and new innovators.
Nathan Branch, CEO of threeUV shares how companies can grow after COVID-19 surge by ensuring their peopleâ€™s safety and the scope of the stateâ€™s growth outside health tech sector.
The scope of opportunities in the aviation industry is growing and South Florida is promoting the industry by providing professional training in colleges, tax relaxations, and training incentives for companies.
Houston’s oil and energy industry was already seeing shifts prior to COVID. Energy 2.0 presents an opportunity to lead clean tech innovation and tap into the existing talent base.
COVID has driven more demand from biosciences, pharmaceutical, and vaccine research companies that are relocating to North Carolina due to the access.