The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber will be recognized for its role in Oklahoma’s bioscience industry with the Hall of Fame Leadership Award at the 2014 BioSummit and BioScience Awards Dinner on March 26 at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel.
The Seed Capital Fund, managed by i2E Inc., recently closed a $150,000 investment in Tulsa-based ReTenant, part of a $300,000 funding round that also included $25,000 from the i2E-managed SeedStep Angels and out of state investors.
Expert TA CEO and founder Jeremy Morton believes so strongly in enhancing STEM education in public schools that he’s partnered with an open resource provider, OpenStax College, which provides free textbooks online.
Tulsa-based ReTenant has received $150,000 from the i2E-managed Oklahoma Seed Capital Fund, part of a $300,000 investment round in the company that has developed a smartphone app for apartment owners.
The i2E-managed Oklahoma Seed Capital Fund recently closed a $150,000 investment in Tulsa-based ReTenant, part of a $300,000 funding round that also included $25,000 from the i2E-managed SeedStep Angels and angel investors from out of state.
There is a running joke among Oklahomans who have attended the annual Biotechnology Industry Organization convention that they have to travel a thousand miles to meet their neighbors.
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber will be recognized for its pivotal role in the establishment and growth of Oklahoma’s bioscience industry with the Hall of Fame Leadership Award at the 2014 BioSummit and BioScience Awards Dinner on March 26.
Developing what represents a step-change in technology in oil and gas recovery, Nitro-Lift Technologies holds several patents on equipment and processes that greatly improve the efficiency of production operations.
In 2008, there was $17 million in venture capital invested in Oklahoma; last year it had fallen to $8 million, with the vast majority of that investment being deals in which i2E invested.
The 2014 BioSummit is scheduled March 26 at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel in Oklahoma City, along with presentation of the 2014 BioScience Awards at a dinner that evening.
It’s unusual for a high school student to come knocking on our door, looking for an internship opportunity. That’s exactly what happened last year in our Tulsa office when Hayden Allen, a senior at Cascia Hall Preparatory School, stopped by.
Judy Gross knew that she had a date with blindness at some point in her future. But a new surgical procedure pioneered at Dean McGee Eye Institute has lessened the likelihood that glaucoma will rob her of her eyesight.
Oklahomans working to grow the state’s biosciences industry can learn about ways to fund research and advance new discoveries at the 2014 BioSummit on March 26 at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel.
Leverage is truly the story of i2E. Leverage in terms of money, partnerships and people. We are a compact organization, yet in our 15 years of history, we have served 600 Oklahoma companies and interfaced with 1,469 entrepreneurs or start-up businesses.