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CI invests in four Fairfield County startups

Connecticut Innovations (CI) announced Jan. 28 a total of $650,000 pre-seed investments in four Fairfield County startups.

“These new investments reflect the strong startup activity taking place in Fairfield County,” said Claire Leonardi, CI CEO, in a press release. “We are excited to support these promising ventures and look forward to seeing an even stronger pipeline of startups in the area as Connecticut’s new Stamford-based business accelerator, which is part of the state’s Innovation Ecosystem, gets underway.”

CI is the state’s quasi-public business funding entity, designed to help entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses in the state.

The following companies will each receive $150,000 or more in the round of funding:

  • eBrevia, based in Stamford, a natural language processing technology company
  • Norwalk-based MedAdherence L.L.C., a automated health care communication company
  • MediaCrossing Inc., a digital media trading and advertising company in Stamford
  • Shelton-based NXT-ID Inc., a security application company, currently building an electric wallet


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Jennifer Bissell

Jennifer Bissell is a reporter for both the Fairfield and Westchester business journals. Previously she attended the University of Minnesota and contributed to several regional publications including the St. Paul Pioneer Press, St. Cloud Times and Twin Cities Business magazine.

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