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“Prior to joining Hubble as CEO, I founded and grew a company called Protein Discovery, Inc.,” Chuck Witkowski said. “Protein Discovery developed an advanced bioanalytical sample preparation system for life sciences and pharmaceutical research. I initially bootstrapped the company with small business R&D grants before raising three rounds of venture capital funding totaling over $16 million. Tech 2020 was instrumental in helping me launch Protein Discovery.”
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Dr. Michael Zemel, NuSirt Biopharma, Inc.
“I’m not trained in business,” I had some gut instincts — some right and some wrong, says Dr. Michael Zemel, Founder, Chief Scientific Officer, NuSirt Biopharma, Inc. Zemel sought out the help of Tech 2020, who helped him on his business plan and his presentation for investors. Additionally, Tech 2020 helped him find his first CEO and get the company’s first six-figure investment – something not easy to do in the challenging years following The Great Recession of 2008.