ProteoSense, an exciting new foodborne pathogen-detection company, will pitch to potential investors at InvestMidwest on March 28-29 in St. Louis.
ProteoSense’s revolutionary RapidScan™ pathogen detection platform allows food, processing facilities and equipment to be tested for pathogens on-site in 90 minutes or less—no small feat given that growers, packers, processors, shippers and wholesalers in the food industry currently must send samples to a lab and wait 3-5 days for turnaround on pathogen testing.
Gina Kramer, Executive Director of industry player Savour Food Safety International says of ProteoSense, “This is a huge breakthrough in the food industry. ProteoSense will change the food industry as we know it. This will allow food to enter the marketplace quicker so that it is fresher and has a longer shelf life. “
The company, founded in 2013, is presently engaged in product testing and market research, with a slated RapidScan product launch of Q3/Q4 in 2018.
“We’re looking forward to the opportunity to present and meet with potential investors at InvestMidwest,” says ProteoSense President & CEO Mark Byrne. “We feel our product is perfect for this forum.”
InvestMidwest, now in its 19th year, is a venture capital conference that showcases life sciences, technology and food/ag/bioenergy companies from throughout the Midwest. The conference typically attracts over 300 attendees including investors from top venture capital firms, and has helped generate over $1 billion in investment in the past 17 years.
The conference will be held on March 28-29, 2018 at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark.
ProteoSense, an exciting new foodborne pathogen-detection company, will pitch to potential investors at InvestMidwest on March 28-29 in St. Louis. ProteoSense's revolutionary RapidScan™ pathogen detection platform allows food, processing facilities and...
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