Innosphere incubator taking applications from high-tech startups

FORT COLLINS — Applications are being accepted through the first week in September for startup high-tech companies wishing to join the incubation program run by Fort Collins-based Innosphere.

Innosphere reviews applicant companies three times a year. Once accepted into the program, companies can attend sessions with other founders to help scale their businesses. The next program is to begin in October.

Startups can apply online to be part of the third “cohort” of 2015.

Innosphere’s previous group of 11 companies that had been accepted into the incubator just completed their initial training sessions and now are a part of its ongoing support services. Among them are Fort Collins-based Change Composites and Purenfusion; Superior-baed Mallinda; Boulder-based Playbook, Physician Cognition and Sibelloptics; and Longmont-based Synkera Technologies Inc.

Innosphere currently supports 37 client companies with another eight in “pre-client” status, along with four Colorado State University student startups.

FORT COLLINS — Applications are being accepted through the first week in September for startup high-tech companies wishing to join the incubation program run by Fort Collins-based Innosphere.

Innosphere reviews applicant companies three times a year. Once accepted into the program, companies can attend sessions with other founders to help scale their businesses. The next program is to begin in October.

Startups can apply online to be part of the third “cohort” of 2015.

Innosphere’s previous group of 11 companies that had been accepted into the incubator just completed their initial training sessions and now are a part of its ongoing support services. Among them are Fort Collins-based Change Composites and Purenfusion; Superior-baed Mallinda; Boulder-based Playbook, Physician Cognition and Sibelloptics; and Longmont-based Synkera Technologies Inc.

Innosphere currently supports 37 client companies with another eight in “pre-client” status, along with four Colorado State University student startups.