Groupmatics is adding to its impressive collection of pro sports teams as clients

February 24, 2016

Groupmatics is growing rapidly, though founder Matt Mastrangelo admits a 540% year-over-year revenue jump from 2014 to 2015 is easier to achieve when a company is only a few years removed from its launch. But the Westlake software company, which helps sports teams and entertainment venues manage group ticket sales, is developing quite a roster […]

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WTTG GM: Stations ‘Have to Work Backwards’ to Get Viewers Back

December 7, 2015

Among local TV stations, it seems those owned by Fox are willing to make decisions that are a bit bolder than their competitors. Take a look at Charlie LeDuff at Detroit’s WJBK or even WNYW‘s Good Day New York anchors Greg Kelly and Rosanna Scotto. WTTG GM: Stations ‘Have to Work Backwards’ to Get Viewers […]

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GenomOncology partners with British company to help streamline medical testing

November 5, 2015

GenomOncology, a Cleveland company that has developed a technology platform to streamline the use of next-generation sequencing data in medical care and research, hopes to get a boost in the United Kingdom through a new partnership. On Thursday, Nov. 5, GenomOncology and Cambridge, England-based Congenica, a developer of genome-based discovery and diagnostic technologies, announced a […]

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Futuri Media Acquires TopLine Matters, Names New Divisonal SVPs

September 21, 2015

FUTURI MEDIA  has acquired WASHINGTON, DC-based TOPLINE MATTERS, naming its President, TRACY GILLIAM  SVP/Sales, while promoting VP/Development & Support CRAIG BOWMAN to SVP/Technology, Director/Finance LAURA GRIFFITH to SVP/Finance, and bringing aboard former COMCAST SPOTLIGHT Sr. Manager/Digital Traffic and longtime broadcast executive TODD THOMAS as SVP/Operations. http://www.allaccess.com/net-news/archive/story/145809/futuri-media-acquires-topline-matters-names-new-di

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GenomOncology teams with Philadelphia hospital to develop cancer profiling system

September 18, 2015

GenomOncology, a Cleveland company that has developed a technology platform to streamline the use of next-generation sequencing data in medical care and research, announced it’s working with Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia to develop an interpretation and reporting system for cancer profiling. http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20150918/NEWS/150919805/genomoncology-teams-with-philadelphia-hospital-to-develop-cancer

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COMS Interactive names Simon Mittal as director of medical affairs

September 16, 2015

Fast-growing Broadview Heights tech company COMS Interactive, which sells software that helps skilled nursing and assisted living facilities monitor patients, said it has named Dr. Simon Mittal as its director of medical affairs. COMS Interactive names Simon Mittal as director of medical affairs

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Five local startup companies raised $275,000 from Innovation Fund at Lorain Community College

September 2, 2015

Five local startup companies have raised $275,000 from the Innovation Fund at Lorain County Community College. Two companies received $100,000 non-recourse loans, which only need to be paid back if the companies are successful. The other three received $25,000 grants, according to a news release from the Fund. The loans went to Apollo Medical Devices […]

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Cleveland Clinic partners with Procter & Gamble to fight heart disease

August 9, 2015

Cleveland Clinic and Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) are working together to develop and commercialize a product that could aid in the fight against heart disease. Also, as part of the work, Cleveland HeartLab, one of the most successful Clinic spinout companies, will develop a diagnostic test to measure blood levels of TMAO, or […]

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Futuri keeps media on point with audience

July 5, 2015

With help of TopicPulse software, the company has doubled its workforce and moved into new downtown Cleveland space Turns out, some newsrooms will pay good money to know that women between the ages of 35 and 45 are sharing a story about piglets escaping from an overturned semitrailer. Daniel Anstandig knows this. His company, Futuri […]

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Frederick Croft moves into top leadership role at COMS Interactive

April 17, 2015

There’s a new leader at COMS Interactive — one of the fastest-growing tech companies in Northeast Ohio. Frederick Croft is taking over for Ed Tromczynski, who has spent six years as CEO of the company, which sells software designed to help skilled nursing facilities keep an eye on patients with multiple medical conditions. Croft is […]

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