Independa Inc. nominated for San Diego EvoNexus assistance

A nurse using health information technology to serve a patient.

Professionals depend upon health information technology each day. (Photo Credit: Public Domain/U.S. Army)

While assistance with operating capital is an essential part of cultivating a new business, there are other means through which a community can foster startup incubation. According to the San Diego Business Journal, a health information technology startup called Independa Inc. has been nominated for San Diego’s EvoNexus business incubator program. The facility, technology and mentoring assistance EvoNexus will provide should prove just as valuable as San Diego business installment loans would be to the growing business.

San Diego EvoNexus provides free space to ‘incubate’

Thanks to the assistance of San Diego EvoNexus, Independa Inc. will be more able to make advancements in the field of wireless monitoring devices for health care professionals. The cost savings of the wireless tech assistance and free space for EvoNexus will provide for Independa Inc. to grow its business, or “incubate” as the partners like to say, will be significant, said Kian Saneii, founder of Independa. The partnership has already enabled the company to nearly double its workforce without the need of business installment loans.

“The exclusivity of the incubator will certainly pay off as we look for venture groups to help us grow,” said Saneii.

Biotech competition in San Diego is fierce

Biotech is a fast-growing field in San Diego, which makes competition for San Diego startup installment loans and other forms of aid more difficult. Thus, Independa Inc. is in an envied position among health information technology companies in the city. What makes the fully furnished office space, utilities, broadband connectivity, education and mentoring programs Independa will receive from San Diego EvoNexus even more highly sought after is that Independa Inc. will bear no financial or intellectual property obligation to its incubator organization.

A beautiful lift-off

Independa Inc. has plans to announce a major product at the International Consumer Electronics Show, Jan. 6-9, in Las Vegas. It will be exhibiting the product from Qualcomm’s booth, a sign that things are definitely headed in the right direction. The San Diego EvoNexus services will be coming at exactly the right time to help the business grow – and even partner with one of the most prominent electronics manufacturers in the world in Qualcomm.

“It’s quite a feather in our cap,” Saneii told the San Diego Business Journal. “I believe Qualcomm recognizes that our solutions match nicely with their vision of wireless health innovations.”


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