Imperative CEO & co-founder Aaron Hurst offers his expertise in a recent Forbes article: "42% of companies that were not considered “purpose- driven” experienced a decline in year-on-year revenue. In contrast, 85% of purpose-led companies enjoyed positive growth. The reason for this is that purpose-driven businesses attract and keep the best talent and create an environment where people feel more connected, motivated and engaged."
RepScrubs is trying to cut down on hospital acquired infection risk from medical device vendors.
“One of our goals is to do the right thing, we’ve been executives or upper management for many years and we stepped away not because we’re trying to sell scrubs, but to really do something about vendor management, patient safety and infection prevention.” - Jeff Feuer, President & CEO, RepScrubs
TAO Connect, the disruptive mental health technology company based in St. Petersburg, FL, continues to expand into Canadian provinces.
Portfolio company HypGames, Inc.'s CEO and founder Mike Taramykin shared his insights with Forbes on how Orlando has become a growing esports hub, and how the availability of skilled talent in combination with low cost of living makes Orlando an attractive place to build disruptive companies.
"I think we [Florida] are severely underserved. That's one of the basic themes for DeepWork Capital, to attack an underserved marketplace."
Fattmerchant founder and CEO Suneera Madhani was recently on the cover of i4 Business Magazine.
As Ford expands its One Challenge Program to additional cities, it talks about its previous winner PikMyKid and how they are helping Miami schools and parents towards safer school dismissals.
RepScrubs today announces the addition of three new advisory board members. Charlene Frizzera leads the group of appointments with more than 30 years of experience in public health, which includes her time as COO and administrative director for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Also joining the group is John Kutz MD. F.A.C.S., who maintains board certification by the American Board of Surgery in both general and vascular surgery and serves as chairman of the department of surgery, section chief of vascular surgery, and director of the Vascular Laboratory and Wound Center at Regional Hospital of Scranton, Pennsylvania. The third addition is Mark Mohler, senior partner of Corridor Legal Partners LLP, who holds a LLM in taxation and specializes in general business law, private equity, venture capital and mergers and acquisitions.
Florida residents can now get their heating and cooling equipment installed with the tap of a finger when buying from eComfort. The online retailer’s new installation program uses the Homee app to send a certified HVAC contractor to customers' homes within one hour for an inspection and to schedule an installation.
A recent article by Student Life shares how DeepWork’s portfolio company TAO Connect can help students at Washington University in St. Louis with their mental health.