Nashville, TN

Jumpstart Foundry funding and growing healthcare startups

Kelleigh Michanichou

NASHVILLE, TN — Since startup business is growing everywhere in the world, one of the important things to build and support startup growth is an investment. Not like any other investors, here in Nashville, we have discovered a unique, and supportive investor—Jumpstart Refinery, who commits to making investments that support healthcare innovation.

Jumpstart Refinery is a seed-stage healthcare innovation fund and they welcome those startups which are partially funded, operating their first pilot program or have already gained their first MVP in the health technology innovation.

Besides their capital investment, Jumpstart Refinery also provides health startups access to the resources and connections that can help them maximize their vision and mission of their startup, to accelerate and grow the health care services and facilities.

“Jumpstart Foundry not only has provided capital, but also instrumental advice and connections. Investors always say they think they can help, but Jumpstart really delivers”, said Jeff Lebrun, CEO of Pillsy.

They believe that money is simply not enough to succeed in the business. Not only providing capital, but Jumpstart Refinery also provides the founders with startup educational resources as well as their exclusive connections of healthcare executives, mentors, peers and other investors who are all in the same spirit of improving the future of health.

“The resources and team at Jumpstart Foundry go above and beyond what I expected. They are fantastic to work with and have supported our growth as a company,” stated Amy Roberts, CEO of HealthyBytes.

As an investor, they also provide a library of blogs, webinars, scientific research and more to explore to help the founders develop the healthcare landscape. In Jumpstart Refinery resources, founders can learn and download the templates and guides to maximize their potential.

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