SCRA Technology Ventures Announces New Companies
Two Clients Companies Accepted into SC Launch Program
Summerville, SC - SCRA Technology Ventures today announced the acceptance of two new companies into its SC Launch Program. Columbia-based company RandomWalk Innovations and Spartanburg company Resiliency Technologies were recently accepted as client companies.
Client companies are companies that are accepted into the SC Launch program to receive mentoring and other support services. These companies may be eligible to receive matching funding or larger investment funds.
RandomWalk Innovations is an education and training company with web, mobile and wearable tech products and solutions.
Resiliency Technologies integrates research from multiple disciplines in prevention to build tools that power healthy minds. Infused apps and trainings broaden the reach of tough-to-teach topics and promote mental well-being in the workplace, school and home.
“We welcome these new companies to the SC Launch program,” said SCRA CEO Bill Mahoney. “We are delighted to support and work with them as they bring new technologies to market and make meaningful contributions to South Carolina’s high-tech economy.”
About SCRA Technology Ventures
SCRA Technology Ventures enables research commercialization and promotes the development of high tech industries, enhancing South Carolina’s technology-based economy. Through its flagship SC Launch program, this SCRA business sector makes investments in and offers support services to South Carolina’s early stage, start-up technology companies.
Multiple economic impact studies show SCRA's cumulative output on South Carolina's economy to be over $18.1 billion, and that the company has helped create approximately 15,000 technology-related jobs in the state, with annual wages averaging between $55,000 and $79,000.