Good news today in MassHighTech about one of NSIV’s earliest graduates. Congrats to our friend CEO Peter Vandermeulen and his company!
North Shore InnoVentures graduate 7AC participated in the 2012 Industry Growth Forum for cleantech entrepreneurs last month hosted by the National Renewable Enegry Laboratory (NREL). The two-day forum featrued one-on-one networking serving as the industry’s version of speed dating. NREL has sponsored the event for the past 17 years.Read more
BEVERLY, Massachusetts, December 4, 2012. North Shore InnoVentures, (NSIV) one of New England’s leading technology incubators and business accelerators, announced today that four of its client companies have “graduated” from the incubator in recent months and have begun commercial operations. Seven companies have graduated from NSIV in total. NSIV also announced that three new companiesRead more
CEO Martha Farmer, Deb Moshinsky of NSIV Member Cell Assay Innovations as well as Peter Vandermeulen of NSIV graduate 7 AC and Nadia Shalaby of NSIV graduate Arctic Sand were interviewed by the Boston Globe recently. Read more
The Salem News features NSIV in a comprehensive report on our growing momentum: Helping Startups Find Success — North Shore InnoVentures provides more than just lab and office space
BEVERLY — Early stage life sciences and “cleantech” companies that are part of the nonprofit business incubator North Shore InnoVentures are benefiting not only from reduced rates for lab and office space, but from the advice and networking it offers.
Congratulations to NSIV graduate 7AC Technologies for raising $1 million in venture financing from 31 investors. Founded in 2009, 7AC develops a highly disruptive membrane-isolated plastic plate technology for use in commercial and industrial liquid desiccant HVAC applications and in air conditioning and cooling. Reportedly, the new technology drastically cuts energy costs for heating andRead more
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