Video & Written Exposure, Funding Landmarks: February 15, 2019 Portfolio Update
OIF Portfolio Companies Release Videos, Make Lists & Raise Significant Funding
Thanks to rankings of the top companies in their fields, videos highlighting their products and reaching major funding milestones, the Ohio Innovation Fund’s portfolio companies are making news. Keep reading to learn what our portfolio companies have accomplished in early 2019.
Complion Closes Series B Funding Round with $7 Million
Regulatory software company Complion finished a Series B funding round in mid-February with $7 million. The company plans to use the funding to extend its leadership position in the regulatory software market and continue developing its platform.
“We have been thrilled to be a part of Complion’s rapid growth in the clinical trial site eRegulatory market, and are excited that this capital will not only allow us to continue that progress, but also allow us to expand our eRegulatory solution to other segments within the clinical research industry.” –Bill Baumel, Ohio Innovation Fund Managing Director
Video Releases Illustrate Enable Injections’ Products and Capabilities
Two new videos just released on YouTube spotlight self-injection delivery company Enable Injections. The first, released by enterprise application software company SAP, gives an overview of Enable Injections’ endeavors, goals and potential. The second, released by Enable Injections itself, is a brand video covering the company’s enFuse wearable infusor.
Enable Injections was also the recent subject of a feature by Bold Business, which you can read here.
Immuta is One of CIO Dive’s 2019 Tech Startups to Watch
Having consulted with experts on the most promising startups they’ve seen, focused on key areas of the tech industry, CIO Dive picked data management company Immuta as one of its seven startups to watch in 2019. CIO Dive’s overview of Immuta focuses on the company’s commitments to security and transparency, as well as the importance of its work given the emergence of GDPR.
Immuta Chief Privacy Officer Andrew Burt was also quoted in a The Street story on Alphabet’s major GDPR fine, which you can read here.