Joey Money (courtesy Innosphere)

New client manager joins Innosphere

BOULDER — Joey Money has joined Innosphere, Colorado’s incubator dedicated to accelerating the success of science and technology-based companies, as a client manager. She joins Susan Strong in covering the greater Boulder area to support startup and scaleup companies and university technologies.

Money’s background includes work as a corporate development consultant working in startup as well as more established companies. She most recently worked for Inscripta Inc.

“Joey’s experience in helping companies develop and execute actionable strategic growth plans makes her a perfect fit for this role,” Mike Freeman, Innosphere CEO, said in a statement. “She’s helped companies with successful equity events, revenue generation, and strategic collaborations, and we’re excited to have her start supporting Innosphere client companies.”

“Innosphere client companies working with Joey will be able to leverage her work experience and her PhD in chemistry to get exceptional business support,” Freeman said.

In addition to Innosphere’s incubation program, Innosphere also has real estate with office and wet labs, and a seed stage venture capital fund.

Innosphere’s program focuses on ensuring companies are investor-ready, connecting founders with experienced advisors and early hires, making introductions to corporate partners, exit planning, and accelerating top line revenue growth. Innosphere supports entrepreneurs in many industries, including but not limited to: bioscience; medical device; energy; advanced materials; hardware; enterprise software; fintech; and artificial intelligence. Innosphere has has locations in Fort Collins, Boulder, Denver and Castle Rock.

BOULDER — Joey Money has joined Innosphere, Colorado’s incubator dedicated to accelerating the success of science and technology-based companies, as a client manager. She joins Susan Strong in covering the greater Boulder area to support startup and scaleup companies and university technologies.

Money’s background includes work as a corporate development consultant working in startup as well as more established companies. She most recently worked for Inscripta Inc.

“Joey’s experience in helping companies develop and execute actionable strategic growth plans makes her a perfect fit for this role,” Mike Freeman, Innosphere CEO, said in a statement. “She’s helped companies with successful equity events, revenue generation, and strategic collaborations, and we’re excited to have her start supporting Innosphere client companies.”

“Innosphere client companies working with Joey will be able to leverage her work experience and her PhD in chemistry to get exceptional business support,” Freeman said.

In addition to Innosphere’s incubation program, Innosphere also has real estate with office and wet labs, and a seed stage venture capital fund.

Innosphere’s program focuses on ensuring companies are investor-ready, connecting founders with experienced advisors and early hires, making introductions to corporate partners, exit planning, and accelerating top line revenue growth. Innosphere supports entrepreneurs in many industries, including but not limited to: bioscience; medical device; energy; advanced materials; hardware; enterprise software; fintech; and artificial intelligence. Innosphere has has locations in Fort Collins, Boulder, Denver and Castle Rock.