NEWS: Coronavirus Catalyzes Health Care Startups That Are Part of Wavemaker Three-Sixty Health’s Portfolio
As the U.S. and world confront the coronavirus, Wavemaker Three-Sixty Health’s highlights health care innovators working on helping patients and health care workers. Advekit Therapists need to continue to market their businesses (perhaps more than ever), and patients need support and intervention strategies
NEWS: App to Keep you Mindful Adds Content to Deal with Anxiety Around Coronavirus. Peak Mindful Works to Keep You Calm and Present….
BY LOGAN ORSINI Many business professionals are being asked to perform more work, while at the same time, their responsibilities have increased. Studies show that one in five have experienced "professional burnout,” which means that they put a lot of time
NEWS: LA Healthcare Hub Expanding into OC. ScaleLA Rebrands as ScaleHealth and Opens Location in Costa Mesa…
An LA healthcare hub that acts as a liaison to connect healthcare startups to those that can help them scale and grow is expanding into OC. ScaleLA has rebranded as ScaleHealth and has inked a partnership with the Innovation Institute –
This opinion piece is by Dan Rosen, who wrote last week's piece on how startups survive this pandemic. See that opinion piece here. This piece addresses the same topic, for angel investors. Rosen is a member of Tech Coast Angels
NEWS: OC Construction Equipment Rental Company Aggressive in its Acquisitions. BigRentz Raises $15M and Announces Second Acquisition Within a Month….
Globally, the annual construction equipment rental market represents a significant opportunity as it’s projected to reach $121.6 billion by 2024. A construction equipment rental network, with HQ in Irvine, is aggressively going after that market. BigRentz announced that it’s closed $15
A tech startup that diagnoses eye misalignment has raised more than $23 million, according to Crunchbase. Neurolens closed the round in March. Its lenses add a contoured prism to bring the eyes into alignment, relieving the headaches, neck/shoulder pain and eyestrain that
This article was originally published by SoCalTech, with whom OCSN has a partnership: San Diego-based Aspen Neuroscience, a biotechnology company developing treatments for Parkinson disease, said it has raised $70M in a Series A funding round. The funding was led by
This article was originally published by SoCalTech, with whom OCSN has a partnership: San Diego-based AristaMD, a developer of telehealth software, which allows primary care providers to conduct and document electronic medical consultations, has raised $18M in a Series B funding round.
PEOPLE: Startup Using AR To Help Those With Low Vision Adds Daniel Ting to Two of Its Boards. Ocutrx Said Ting Will Help With New Innovations…
A tech startup developing AR headsets has announced the appointment of Daniel Ting to the company’s international medical advisory board, as well as its newly-formed international scientific advisory board. Ocutrx, with HQ in Irvine, manufactures the Oculenz AR headset for low-vision
OPINION: Highlighting the Silver Linings of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Expert Dojo Leader Brian Mac Mahon Shares His Thoughts…
We are all doing what we can as people and companies to counter the terrible negative effects of this current virus but, at the same time, I am seeing positive things happening in our community that I have not seen