KeriCure’s CEO, Dr. Kerriann Greenhalgh, was featured in the Tampa Bay Times Business section on July 7th, 2013, in an article about the 10 Tampa Bay business people to watch for the rest of 2013. An excerpt from the article;

“Give some credit to a local startup that’s gaining some traction. I first wrote in June about KeriCure, a Wesley Chapel-based startup that created and markets a liquid bandage. Kerriann Greenhalgh is a co-founder of the wound-care treatment based on chemistry achieved at the University of South Florida. Now we hear that the business recently received its first purchase order from a major commercial retailer. Kroger’s Atlanta division ordered a large floor display unit of KeriCure Skin Protectant products for its more than 200 grocery stores throughout the southeast, including Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina. Let this be at least one example of a 2-year-old local company founded on area innovation showing some market success.”

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