This year’s IGNITE cohort included 12 startups developing wearables, diagnostics, and surgical devices in the fields of neurology, women’s health, oncology, infectious disease, diabetes, and cardiology.
The leAD Lake Nona Sports & Health Tech Accelerator did it again and presented outstanding sports & health tech startups at their Demo Day last Thursday. With Point, Suji, Kutai, Oxiwear, and Indifit, five stellar companies participated in and graduated from leAD’s second cohort in the U.S. The leAD Lake Nona Sports & Health Tech Accelerator is a […]
Lead Sports hosted the second demo day for its Lake Nona Sports & Health Tech Accelerator since the accelerator launched in 2020. Five startups from around the world showcased their innovative wellness and sports technologies, and also shared their plans for 2022, including fundraising, job growth and big-name partnerships.
Fresh off a pre-seed round led by prominent investors, OxiWear will build out its engineering team in Buffalo under CTO George Beckstein.
OxiWear, an Arlington-based company developing a wearable oxygen monitoring device, has raised a pre-seed funding round of $1.25 million, exceeding its goal of $750,000. This funding will allow the medical- and sports-technology startup to finish developing its product and start beta testing it before releasing the device by mid-year 2022.
The biotech’s oversubscribed pre-seed round included an investment from Halcyon Fund, which the nonprofit has not yet unveiled.
The device, also called OxiWear, attaches to the ear and can be worn 24 hours per day to measure oxygen saturation levels, called SPO2, and to detect when they begin to drop.
OxiWear announced it successfully closed a pre-seed funding round at $1.25M, oversubscribed above its goal of $750,000. OxiWear is a medtech and sportstech startup company developing an ear-wearable pulse oximeter for 24-hour, continuous oxygen monitoring, and low-oxygen alerting.
Medtech and sports tech startup OxiWear announced today that it closed an oversubscribed pre-seed funding round at $1.25 million. Arlington, Virginia–based OxiWear develops a wearable pulse oximeter that delivers 24-hour continuous oxygen monitoring and low-oxygen alerting. The $1.25 million in funding comes in at half a million more dollars than expected for the pre-seed funding […]
Lake Nona’s resident accelerator for wellness and athletic research startups has announced its next wave of promising companies. Of all 495 applicants, only the top 1% were selected to participate in the program, and leAD is thrilled to see these groups develop to their full potential under their wing.