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SOURCE SoCal EED
New Startup Community Will Help Entrepreneurs in the Wireless Health Industry
SAN DIEGO, Oct. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- SoCal EED introduces the Wireless Health Hub for entrepreneurs who are developing wireless medical devices, personal health products and services and health related software applications contributing to the advancement of the wireless health industry.
Wireless Health Hub is taking a long term, complete community view of fostering successful wireless health companies and creating jobs in San Diego County.
Jim Butz, president and founder, SoCal EED said, "There are multiple organizations providing individual startup components like accelerators or incubators, however, we believe that these should be combined with other supporting elements that lead to the evolution of a sustainable startup community."
The program has three phases each supporting a different level of company growth:
Richard C Strobridge, CEO, Entra Health Systems and one of the program's mentors said, "I wish a program like this had been around when I started my first business. It would have saved me a great deal of time, money and frustration. This program is invaluable."
Wireless health startups with 2-3 founders can apply at http://wirelesshealthhub.org/accelerator-application/
Wireless health includes medical devices requiring FDA approval and those which do not, as well as services or personal health and fitness devices or apps.
SoCal EED is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) with a mission of creating industry-focused entrepreneur communities throughout Southern California. The first communities are in San Marcos with the Wireless Health Hub, the Corona Innovation Center in the City of Corona and the Murrieta Regional Technology Innovation Center in the City of Murrieta. http://socaleed.org/
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