NEWS: EvoNexus Accepts more Startups into Irvine Incubator. And, Opens 2nd FinTech Incubator, This One in Silicon Valley…
These are the new startups accepted into EvoNexus’ incubator in Irvine. EvoNexus’ HQ, and original incubator, are in San Diego.
– BizQualify in Newport Beach. This startup is comprised of a a team of accountants, statisticians, and economists with backgrounds in taxes, econometrics, credit modeling and capital markets enables. The team seeks to build a comprehensive database on U.S. companies based on a variety of metrics. The goal is to identify trends in employment, cash spend & benefits;delinquencies in benefits & IRS filings; and breadth of coverage on employee benefits, according to its website.
– RoboCash, a free mobile app, which the company claims, can prevent robocalls.
– Vena Vitals created tech using soft, stretchable sensors that can conform to the body and accurately measure arterial pulse. This tech enables measurements of continuous beat-to-beat blood pressure, which the company claims provides a more comprehensive understanding of cardiovascular health.
EvoNexus also expanded into Silicon Valley with the opening of a new fintech incubator, facilitated by founding sponsor Franklin Templeton.
All startups admitted to the EvoNexus Silicon Valley FinTech Program will receive $150,000 in seed funding from Franklin Templeton.
This follows EvoNexus’ debut fintech incubator in San Diego.