A partnership between Virginia Western Community College, Roanoke City, and the Roanoke-Blacksburg Technology Council.
Mark founded healthEscores with the intent of creating Software-as-a-Service products that could efficiently capture patient experience data in small, independent health care practices. By minimizing the human capital required to collect and analyze patient experience data. healthEscores hoped to streamline strategic planning and operational decision-making, ultimately reducing the administrative burden of managing these practices. Mark will continue consulting in health care and plans to earn his MHA/MBA starting fall 2019.
Flewid Capital is using traditional and blockchain technology to create a global payment platform that will initially be marketed to immigrants, including international students and some short-term travelers from South and Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Further, the default trading unit has value based on a unique algorithm that mitigates the risk of sudden loss or gain in value due to shifts in the economy or demand.
Leone BioVentures, LLC is developing a bio-pesticide that will have a worldwide market. The bio-pesticide agent has been proven to be effective against a wide variety of crop diseases in previous field and greenhouse trials. Josh James (COO), a Bioengineering graduate from Virginia Tech, is developing feasible methods to scale up production of the bio-pesticide product.