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In-Depth Knowledge, Impressive Accomplishments: December 1, 2018 Portfolio Update

OIF Portfolio Companies Demonstrate Their Expertise & Earn Plaudits for it

Whether it’s for advancing women’s leadership, achieving rapid growth or helping professionals understand regulations, when Ohio startups are recognized, there’s always a great chance you’ll see the Ohio Innovation Fund’s portfolio companies. Continue reading to see what our companies have achieved as November comes to an end.


Immuta Earns Accolade for Big Data Startups

Cybersecurity Startup FundingCRN, a news and analysis outlet for solutions providers, recently released its list of the 10 hottest big data startups of 2018, and among them is data management company Immuta. Immuta was acknowledged for efforts to simplify search and management for data scientists, as well as the March launch of its partner program.

Read the full details here.

Immuta will also be part of a panel on emerging AI trends at the AI World Conference & Expo, Dec. 3-5 in Boston; read about it here.


Complion Tackles eSignature Regulations in Webcast & Article

A series of releases by regulatory software company Complion addresses the regulatory hurdles posed by electronic signature technology, and the options clinical researchers have for reducing the headache they stand to pose. The company recently produced a webinar featuring its customer success manager along with two clinical research group leaders, and put the information discussed in that webinar in a feature article that can be downloaded from its website.

Read about this endeavor here.

Another recently released Complion webinar, which you can read about here, dealt with burnout in clinical research.


Mezu VP of Marketing Lauded for Leadership

After announcing them over the summer, the Cleveland chapter of Women for Economic and Leadership Development recognized its 12 WELDing the Way honorees – one of whom is Amy Martin, vice president of marketing for private mobile payment app Mezu – at a November event. Martin was chosen for her industry leadership and her role in developing and advancing women’s leadership, and will appear on WELD Cleveland’s 2019 calendar.

Check out the Cleveland Plain Dealer story on the program.

OIF portfolio company Enable Injections also recently took home an award from Deloitte and The Cincinnati Enquirer, which you can read about here.


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In-Depth Knowledge, Impressive Accomplishments: December 1, 2018 Portfolio Update