Two Upstate companies have been accepted into the SC Launch program and will receive mentoring and support services. The two companies, Miravan and Skyware Robotics, may also be eligible for grants, matching funds and investments through the entrepreneurial program offered by SCRA.
Miravan is a startup company seeking “to create convenient and affordable solutions for parents and caregivers by designing smart and simple infant and child care products,” according to a news release. The company’s launch product, Moozi, is a patented solution for preparing perfect temperature formula bottles at the touch of a button in under a minute.
Skyware Robotics provides robotic automation solutions to hospital operating rooms. The company's solutions improve safety for the patient, increase workflow efficiency for the physician and lower overall costs for medical procedures, the release said.
Five coastal companies also were accepted into the SC Launch program.
Cliently is a lead generation and retention platform that helps companies of all sizes engage with potential prospects. The company's workflow automation creates personalized content such as emails, postcards, video messages, branded merchandise and even real phone calls to create opportunities without hours of prospecting.
Cryogenix has developed novel solutions to preserve human tissues and provide live, reliable samples for human disease research and drug discovery.
Lignin Enterprises develops and commercializes lignin-based applications. The company's objective is to commercialize new green-chemistry products and environmentally-friendly recovery processes that will result in enhanced global sustainability for leading businesses.
Marnel Pharmaceuticals is a specialty pharmaceutical company developing and commercializing therapies for the treatment of dermatological conditions and diseases.
PermitZone provides contractors and individuals the ability to pull construction permits online as well as access to permitting requirements and municipal knowledge nationwide.