Alertgy has been selected as one of 8 finalist for Rise of the Rest in Orlando Florida. Rise of the Rest is a Venture Capital competition where companies are given the opportunity to pitch in front of investors, with the winner receiving $100,000. Created by Steve Case, the cofounder of AOL, this event will put Alertgy in front of some of the most successful and important investors in the country. 8 finalists were selected from a pool of 152 applicants, and Alertgy is proud to have been one of the finalists. The event will take place on April 29th at Cheyenne Saloon at 128 W. Church Street in downtown Orlando.
Startupoftheyear.com writes about a startup company each day, and featured Alertgy on March 18. Take a look at the fantastic story on their website!
Martin Hensel at insulinnation.com wrote a wonderful article about Alertgy detailing our journey as well as the plan for the future. Hensel spoke with Alertgy CEO Marc Rippen about the history behind Alertgy and the journey ahead. Hensel says, “If I was an investor, I would bet on this company”. Follow the link below to read the full article!
Alertgy’s Non-Invasive CGM Wristband
Alertgy travled to Las Vegas, Nevada in January to take part in the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show. It was a fantastic opportunity to showcase our revolutionary technology to the more than 180,000 attendees. During the 4 day event, our team met with numerous interested companies and investors, who we look to build relationships with in the future. The show was another successful point in our journey to #StopThePrick!
Florida today, a Brevard based newspaper and online publication, featured Alertgy in a recent online news story. CEO Marc Rippen was interviewed and spoke about the history of the company as well as where Alertgy is today. Rippen explained why the company was founded, stating, “People right now, like my wife, when she pricks herself, she only gets a shot in time. She doesn’t know what it was an hour ago. She doesn’t know if it’s going up or down. She has to make a decision whether to take insulin or to eat, or not to eat — and not really with any amount of security in terms of making the right decision”. The article also talked about upcoming studies at Cleveland Clinic and FDA trials. To read the full article and watch the video, follow the link below!
Med-Tech Outlook has selected Alertgy as a top 10 solution provider for diabetes care. Their platform connects medical technology companies with healthcare professionals, hospital and medical institutions, and all those interested in new medical breakthroughs. The recognition in this prestigious publication for Alertgy is extremely gratifying and demonstrates how Alertgy is steadily gaining awareness. The one-page article covers the history of the company, where Alertgy is now, and where we will be moving forward, saying “Alertgy’s CGM is what every diabetic has been looking for, requiring no penetration of the skin by senors or chemicals and is easy and affordable”. To read the entire article, pick up a copy of Med-Tech Outlook!
Alertgy has been featured in the Southern Startup Report for November 29th-December 12th. The $1.2 million seed round has been closed and was among one of the top out of the startups in the report. We are featured in the article with numerous other great companies in the South. Read more about it below:
Alertgy has been featured in a recent article in The Silicon Review, one of the world’s most trusted online and print community for business technology professionals. Our CEO, Marc Rippen, was interviewed on a range of topics from the start of the company to Alertgy’s vision for the future. Read the entire article below!
After the MEMS MSEC 2018 Technology showcase, Alertgy has been featured in the IEEE Spectrum Blog. Tekla S. Perry wrote about Alertgy saying, “The other standout in the showcase: Alertgy’s noninvasive method of monitoring changes in blood glucose.”
To read the full article, follow this link : https://spectrum.ieee.org/view-from-the-valley/consumer-electronics/portable-devices/sensorladen-gadgets-track-package-abuse-and-blood-sugar-changes