The Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) has approved innovation funding in support of four Iowa startups. Here are the startups that received funding.
Founded in 2016, True360 of Ames captures immersive experiences through their ‘WOW! Moment Finder’ that can automatically compile highlight reels and their 360-degree camera enclosures that immerse users directly into different worlds.
The company was awarded a $100,000 Demonstration Fund loan for product refinement and market planning and entry activities.
Ames-based Zymosense is developing a modular enzyme activity characterization platform that is well-suited to test in complex backgrounds. It will be simpler to use and more accurate than traditional procedures for research and development teams.
The company was awarded a $25,000 Proof of Commercial Relevance loan for equipment and market planning and entry activities.
Music League, based in Des Moines, is a social gaming app that amplifies debate and insight on all music-related topics to expand the love of music.
The company was awarded a $25,000 Proof of Commercial Relevance loan for product refinement.
Indianola’s IdRamp created a platform to enhance identity management systems that better supports security, service delivery and business need through flexibility and speed. Bouncer, a new product, will further focus on the security of online meetings.
The company was awarded a $100,000 Demonstration Fund loan for marketing, travel, memberships and market planning and entry activities.