23andMe

By James,

23andMe is a personal genomics and biotechnology company.

Founded in 2006, 23andMe offers a proprietary FDA-approved genetic microarray test and web portal that helps consumers understand their health, genetic traits, and ancestry.  To date, the company has collected genotype data for approximately 3 million people.  Headquartered in Mountain View, California, 23andMe is also backed by GlaxoSmithKline, Fidelity, Sequoia Capital, and others.

For more information, please visit www.23andMe.com

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EnergyBox

By James,

EnergyBox is an Internet-of-Things company focusing on small-and-medium enterprises. 

EnergyBox is an Internet-of-Things company focusing on small-and-medium enterprises.  Based in Hong Kong and created by merger in 2017, the company’s full-stack IoT platform includes patented hardware, cloud analytics, and business intelligence solutions to track and reduce energy consumption.  EnergyBox’s customers include franchisees of Burger King, McDonald’s, Wellcome, Shell, 7-11, Circle K, and others.  Its 300 client implementations generate over 1 billion data points per day.

For more information, please visit www.energybox.com

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KinetiCor

By James,

KinetiCor is a pioneering provider of motion correction technology for MRI applications.

Founded in 2011, the KinetiCor is commercializing MRI image correction technology developed at the University of Hawaii, the University of Wisconsin, and Queen’s Medical Center. KinetiCor is working towards commercialization of its clinical systems through its corporate partnerships with MRI manufacturers. Headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii, KinetiCor is also backed by the University of Hawaii, Queen’s Development Corporation, Hawaii Medical Services Association, and individual investors.

For more information, please visit www.kineticor.com

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RedDoorz

By James,

RedDoorz is a platform offering budget accommodations across Southeast Asia.

Founded in 2015, RedDoorz is a platform offering budget accommodations across Southeast Asia. The company supplies standardized technology, branding, infrastructure, and services to the highly fragmented hospitality industry in Indonesia.  In 2017, RedDoorz bookings exceeded 300,000 room nights. While current room inventory is concentrated in Jakarta, this year RedDoorz plans to enter six major cities in Southeast Asia.  The company is also funded by Susquehanna Investment Group, IFC, Innoven, FengHe, and individual investors.

For more information, please visit www.reddoorz.com

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