This Q&A is with Sourabh Dhillon, the director of business development at Integra Devices, which raised $6 million in a Secured Series-A round last Fall, but just announced the raise publicly. The startup, with HQ in Irvine, manufactures micro-devices. Its markets include telecom,
This Q&A is with Matthew Wright, the founder and CEO of Specright, which raised $8.8 million in a Series A round. The SaaS company strives to enable its business clients to centrally manage and take action on the specs needed to make, package and
This Q&A is with Ray Grainger, the CEO and founder of Mavenlink, which just raised $48 million in a Series E. Mavenlink, with HQ in Irvine, is a SaaS platform for professional and marketing services organizations. OCSN: How much has Mavenlink raised
This Q&A is being republished here, courtesy of OCTANe, a tech and life sciences accelerator in Aliso Viejo. It features TearClear, a startup developing a platform of specialty ophthalmic pharmaceuticals. This company just raised the first part of its Series A
This Q&A was done by socalTECH , with whom OC Startups Now has a partnership. Story by Benjamin F. Kuo Earlier this month, the annual Montgomery Summit conference was held in Santa Monica, including a special portion of
Q&A: OC Success Story – Bruce Tromberg. Went From Leading UCI’s Beckman Laser Institute to Running one of the NIH Institutes…
This Q& A is with Bruce Tromberg, whose innovation-fueled trajectory of science and innovation has guided him from running the Beckman Laser Institute at UCI to running one of the institutes at the National Institutes of Health.
OC Startups Now will periodically run Q&A’s with interesting entrepreneurs, investors and other key players in the OC startup/innovation ecosystem, in their own words. This Q&A is with Tony Sarris, the new executive director of Tech Coast Angels’ OC chapter.
This Q&A was done by SoCal Tech, with whom OCSN has a partnership. March Capital Partners, with HQ in Santa Monica, announced last week that it raised a second fund, worth $300 million. It's a technology investment firm that invests globally. SoCal Tech interviewed Jamie
Parcel Pending, a startup that grew out of the pain point of apartment managers being overwhelmed by package deliveries, successfully got an exit by being acquired by the French company, Neopost for more than $100 million. Neopost, with HQ in Paris,
OC Startups Now will periodically run Q&A’s with interesting entrepreneurs, investors and other key players in the OC startup/innovation ecosystem, in their own words. This Q&A is with Dennis Calvert, CEO of BioLargo, a chemical company developing and marketing innovative products