The Hon Angus Taylor MP, Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction, announced that SDIP Innovations Pty. Ltd. was awarded a $1 M Accelerating Commercialisation Grant under the Entrepreneurs’ Programme (AC). Accelerating commercialisation grant is a one-on-one matching fund; in a recent round led by Sand Hill Angels, several world-class individual angel investors backed SDIP. Sand Hill Angels is one of the most experienced angel groups in Silicon Valley. Among SDIP`s investors are surgeons, serial entrepreneurs, and med-tech executives.
26 Oct 2020- SDIP Innovations has been awarded over $2.7M from the NSW Health Fund for the JAZBI™ bioresorbable platform technology. A total of $5 M was awarded to two companies for the 2020 round of the Medical Devices Fund. Since the first round in 2013, recipients of the NSW Medical Devices Fund have been awarded more than $60 million for 36 technologies.
Further information on the fund and recipients can be fund HERE.
SDIP Innovations was selected as one of the 2020 Rosenman Innovators. The UCSF Rosenman Institute provides startups with expertise and mentorship from stakeholders across the healthcare industry. Rosenman Innovators 2020, selected 13 local and international startups this year. As part of this program SDIP was also awarded 6 months of free access to controlled Environment and ISO-7 cleanroom facilities as well as 12 hours of strategic advice on its Quality Management system.
SDIP Innovations has been selected as a finalist for the prestigious national Start-Up Stadium competition organized by BIO, the world's largest biotech trade association.
We are proud to announce that Fred Dinger has joined to SDIP Innovations. Fred has more than 25 years’ experience with both large and start-up medical device companies. He was the CEO of OsteoBiologics Inc., a bioresorbable implant start-up sold to Smith & Nephews. He is the CEO of Arin Medical. Fred was CEO of 3 start-ups creating hundreds of million dollars in acquisition value.
SDIP`s CEO, Dr Maryam Parviz, along with Julie Schulte (CEO at Chamfr), Greg Stotts (Vice President and General Manager, OEM for Teleflex), and Jason Fox (Serial entrepreneur) discussed the manufacturing challenges for start ups. The event was held at Cannon Quality Group office in Silicon Valley. Attendees benefited experience from both the supplier and developer sides on keys to successful collaboration between startups and manufacturers.