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Keiretsu Forum Mid-Atlantic Launches July Four-City Road Show
Date:7/19/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) July 19, 2013

The Keiretsu Forum Mid-Atlantic Region (K4-MA) – with chapters in Philadelphia, DC, Pittsburgh, and New York – a part of the global Keiretsu Forum angel network, announced that it will present five early stage companies to investors at next week’s monthly forum event. Three of the companies are life science companies. Attendance is by invitation only.

More than 100 accredited investors will see the same companies present their business investment opportunities Tuesday morning, July 23 in New York, Wednesday in Philadelphia, Thursday in Washington, DC, and Friday in Pittsburgh. The presenting companies will be:

  • Carmell Therapeutics develops biomaterials manufactured from blood plasma that are used in products that naturally promote and accelerate the healing of injuries to bone and soft tissues.
  • Codex Therapeutics develops a topical gel that is shown to substantially reverse chronic wound healing times for diabetic, pressure and venous.
  • Imagistix Inc. is a frequency and high resolution ultrasound imaging system poised to revolutionize the detection and treatment of prostate cancer in men.
  • Yorn® (Your Opinion Right Now) is an innovative real-time engagement platform with compelling evidence that it helps organizations understand and improve the customer/patient experience.
  • Guardian8 is a manufacturer of personal protection security devices that offer non-lethal solutions for layered defense and incident recording.

Two of the K4-MA cities are among the five top metropolitan regions for life sciences venture funding. According to recent data from PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, venture capitalists invested $1.4 billion in 167 Life Sciences deals during the first quarter of 2013. New York was one of three of the five regions that saw double-digit increases in investing in Q1 2013, incre
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