Two London-based high-tech medical firms are among nine companies across Ontario to be approved for funding from the provincial Level-Up program.
CryoCaddy is marketing a new, simpler way to make tissue slides during surgery to remove skin cancer.
Integra Medical has developed novel probiotic products and therapies for dental and ear, nose and throat health.
“The Level-Up funding has allowed us to transition from daydreaming to incorporating, and imagining to producing,” said Colin Henderson, founder of CryoCaddy.
Level-Up is a funding program available to early-stage technology entrepreneurs.
The program is offered through MaRS as part of the Ontario Network of Excellence (ONE), and funded by the Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation (MEDI).