OmniSync CEO Rupak Doshi will Introduce our SBIR Feature at BioLabs, San Diego on Feb 25, 2020Feb 12, 2020
During this micro-talk with Rupak Doshi, CEO of OmniSync Incorporated, you will learn about a new hybrid approach where a combination of machine and human intelligence can be used to prepare a high-quality SBIR package with the least time, effort, and money spent. Read more. Register Here.
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OmniSync Partners with San Diego Tech HubJanuary 15, 2020
OmniSync partners with San Diego Tech Hub to conduct a special 5-session workshop series titled, '5-Step Roadmap from Ideation to Funding: A Practical Guide for Entrepreneurial Journeys in the Startup and and Small Business Worlds'. Its free to attend and join this amazing community!
Launch Factory Recruits Leaders for Its Would-Be StartupsFebruary 3, 2020
Ex-Googler’s startup studio is on the hunt for entrepreneurial recruits in San DiegoJanuary 10, 2020
Ex-Google executive Brad Chisum, who created a foundry for startups in San Diego last year, is on the hunt for new recruits to lead his latest ventures.
Chisum is looking for four individuals to come in and lead two software startups. The companies will be incubating at Chisum’s studio, Launch Factory, and are both in the earliest stages of development (they’re mainly just concepts at this point). Read more.
San Diego's Launch Factory Takes a Turn Towards BiotechAugust 28, 2019
The Launch Factory announced their first startup venture. Unlike a typical accelerator, the Launch Factory is sort of a “reverse” accelerator in that they come up with the startup idea and then search for entrepreneurs to execute the vision. It’s not a great model for most entrepreneurs, but it could be attractive for some. I didn’t expect to follow the Launch Factory as their first idea was to focus on administrative software for startups. But it turns out the initial venture will actually have a biotech focus. Read more.
Ex-Googler’s startup studio picks 2 San Diego scientists to lead first ventureAugust 24, 2019
Ex-Google executive Brad Chisum, who created a startup studio in San Diego earlier this year, has picked the first outsiders to join him in leading his debut tech company. After a rigorous six-week hunt, Chisum’s foundry — called Launch Factory — chose two local scientists to lead its first venture. The result is unexpected, considering Launch Factory’s focus is software, not science. Read more.