KeriCure Inc. was featured in the Tampa Bay Business Journal as a presenter at the Florida Venture Forum:
Seventeen companies will present at the Florida Venture Forum’s early stage venture capital conference.
KeriCure Inc. a Wesley Chapel firm that specializes in wound care products, is the only company headquartered in the Tampa Bay area among the 17 listed in a statement from the Florida Venture Forum.
KeriCure was formed to commercialize an advanced platform polymer technology, KeriCure Quick Seal Liquid Bandage, exclusively licensed by University of South Florida to KeriCure, with an initial focus in the over-the-counter natural product market, a $6 billion retail U.S. market, the statement said.
Two other presenters have local connections.
Tampa Medical Innovations in Bonita Springs has licensed a unique technology from the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center that eliminates the most common cross contamination hazard in the practice of IV therapy.
BungoBox in Casselberry, which rents recycled and recyclable moving boxes, has a franchise in Tampa.
The conference will be held on May 10 at the Reunion Resort in Orlando. Each of the presenters will make 10-minute pitches to an audience of venture capitalists, private equity investors, angel investors, investment bankers, financial intermediaries and entrepreneurs.
Original article courtesy of Tampa Bay Buisness Journal