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Kiio gets closer to market
Kiio, formerly known as KayO, filed documents with the SEC showing it raised $510,000 of an anticipated $1.1 million loan in hopes of moving its sole product closer to market.
Wisconsin Roundup: Wellbe, Kiio, Cellectar, RideScout, & More
Two Madison startups are raising more capital.
Tech and Biotech: FDA turns down Exact competitor, for now; Kiio, Piiku raise funds
Kiio, formerly KayO Technologies[Technology], is heading toward a bridge round of funding aimed at getting the company’s physical therapy tracking device closer to the market.
Kiio Inc. Announces New Name
Kiio Inc. kicks off the new year with the announcement of a new name. We are excited to announce that our company, formerly known as Kayo Technology, Inc., is now officially Kiio Inc.
Executive Q&A: Grandin has a grand plan for KayO Technology
If Dave Grandin has his way, recovery from a sports injury or other orthopedic problem will be tracked, through digital records, every step of the way. Grandin is CEO of KayO Technology, which is developing a wireless, hand-held device that he hopes will give the Fitchburg company a handle on the physical and occupational therapy market.
Early Stage Symposium to showcase startups
A showcase for some of the promising, young companies from Wisconsin and beyond, organizers of the two-day annual conference have chosen businesses ranging from cancer treatments to cheese curds to jet skis to get their chance to woo a group of investors from around the Midwest.
WEDC Awards Loans, New QNBV Credits
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation announced this week four new startups are now Qualified New Business Ventures, while two startups have been approved for Technology Business Development Investment Loans.
WEDC Announces Loans for Coating Tech Slot Dies and Kayo Technology
Coating Tech Slot Dies., Eau Claire, Wis., and Kayo Technology, Madison, Wis., have been approved for Technology Business Development Investment Loans from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) to help the companies.
Asthmapolis, Kayo score investor confidence
Andy North, the ESPN broadcaster and former pro golfer from Madison, and Joshua Martin, founder of Orange Shoe Personal Fitness and a UW-Madison MBA graduate, are among the participants in the $345,000 funding round that closed in May.
Inside Wisconsin: State health tech companies poised to make most of reform
A major tool being applied to health care’s challenges is wider adoption of health information technologies, which collectively help patients, providers, insurers and medical practitioners as they come to grips with change. That’s an opportunity for many businesses in Wisconsin, from the largest health care providers to the smallest startups.
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