Genomics England To Use GenomOncology’s Knowledge Management System To Analyze Cancer Samples In The 100,000 Genomes Project

Genomics England is partnering with GenomOncology, LLC (GO) to utilize the GO Knowledge Management System (GO KMS) as a tool for clinical reporting enablement. Genomics England will integrate the GO KMS as a key content driver to augment clinical reporting in the 100,000 Genomes Project’s cancer programme, coupling Genomics England curated database with the GO

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JumpStart Marketing Director Champions The ‘She’ Of ‘CLE’

JumpStart Inc. partner and marketing director Amy Martin is at the forefront of a venture development organization that in the past decade has injected $35 million into more than 80 tech companies. JumpStart revamped its website last December as part of a new mission statement ensuring entrepreneurs of all racial and social backgrounds have access

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JumpStart, Rev1 Work Together To Fund Gene Therapy Developer Milo Biotechnology

A company that aims to help muscular dystrophy patients get stronger has become the first business to get an investment from both JumpStart and Rev1 Ventures. Why is that interesting? JumpStart was founded to help entrepreneurs in the Cleveland area, and Rev1 has a similar mission in Columbus. But in this case, the two state-funded

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JumpStart Inc. and Rev1 Ventures Announce Investment in Milo Biotechnology

Cleveland and Columbus Organizations Join Forces to Support Biotech Startup That Uses Gene Therapy to Fight Muscular Dystrophy Cleveland-based venture development organization, JumpStart Inc. and Columbus-based Rev1 Ventures, a top VC investor in the Great Lakes region, have joined together to announce their new investments in Milo Biotechnology, a startup working to reverse Muscular Dystrophy

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Securus Medical Raises $10 Million In Round Led By Boston Scientific

Securus Medical Group has raised $10 million in an investment round led by Boston Scientific. The Cleveland company also announced that it has received regulatory clearance that would allow it to begin selling its first product: a temperature-monitoring device intended for use on the esophagus. The money will be used to continue product development and

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One Nation: Young CEO Hopes To Disrupt Tech Sector

The Enquirer and the USA TODAY Network are hosting a ‘One Nation’ event Sept. 21 on  “American Rights.”  How have we exercised the rights we are guaranteed as Americans? Here is one story: Rodney Williams Resides: Downtown Cincinnati  Age: 32 Occupation: Entrepreneur, CEO and co-founder of Lisnr About: As a young professional, Williams moved to Cincinnati and built a multi-million

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Millennials and Parents Are Most Receptive To Personalized Bank Marketing, According To New Research from Segmint

One in two Americans who have a bank are open to receiving marketing communications and personalized advertising from their financial institutions, and that proportion increases among millennials and parents, according to newly released survey results from Segmint. Today, the global leader in active analytics and Always On℠ cross-channel marketing released the results of a survey conducted

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JumpStart CEO Ray Leach Receives Richard A. Shatten Leadership Award From The Greater Cleveland Partnership

Award Honors Shatten’s Role In Cleveland’s Economic Revitalization JumpStart’s founding CEO Ray Leach was honored with the 2016 Richard A. Shatten Leadership Award at the Sept. 7 annual meeting of the Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP). Ohio Governor John Kasich served as the meeting’s keynote speaker, praising Cleveland’s comeback and remarking on the way perceptions of

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Cleveland Venture Capital Investing Millions In Cincinnati Startups

A Cleveland venture capital firm has made two big investments in Cincinnati startup companies, with several more on the way. JumpStart just closed its $20 million NEXT Fund. It has already made eight investments out of that fund, including two in Greater Cincinnati, after holding a first close of the fund a little more than

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JumpStart’s NEXT Fund Invests $5 Million In 8 Ohio Companies

CLEVELAND, Ohio — JumpStart Inc., a Cleveland-based venture development organization, has announced the first eight investments from its recently closed NEXT Fund. Collectively, these Ohio companies received $5 million from the $20 million fund through a combination of equity and convertible debt. “This roster of portfolio companies represents some of the most exciting high-potential startups

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More Money Coming To Cincinnati Startups

Cleveland-based venture development organization, JumpStart Inc., is looking to bring more money to Cincinnati startups. JumpStart invested a total of $1 million in two Cincinnati-based companies Lisnr and EnosiX, as part of its recently closed $20 million Next Fund. Ray Leach, CEO of JumpStart and managing partner of the for-profit fund, said the eight companies are some of the “most

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Corporations Help JumpStart Raise $20 Million For-Profit Venture Fund

JumpStart just finished raising a $20 million for-profit venture capital fund — and several local corporations contributed capital. The fund already has invested in eight companies, four of which had previously received investments from JumpStart’s original nonprofit investment fund. That fund focused on Northeast Ohio, but the for-profit NEXT Fund will make investments throughout the

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