The University of Arizona Center for Innovation (UACI) is pleased to announce that startup company Techletics has joined its incubation program.
Techletics is developing a patent pending mobile health application, MyPostureLife™ that utilizes the embedded sensors of a smartphone to track and improve posture with no other additional device. The founding members of Techletics are: Nadav Gerson, Chief Executive Officer; Jan Halozan, Chief Technology Officer; Mike Durham, Chief Strategy Officer and Nate McFall, Chief Marketing Officer.
“UACI wants us to overcome challenges and win. This extended team is applying their experience directly to helping us win,” Gerson shared. Access to UACI provides Techletics with the ability to work alongside UACI’s 33 startups in a professional and fast-paced environment where UACI systematically guides startups through a structured programmatic roadmap. This disciplined approach uses customized programs and one-on-one interactions with mentors and subject matter experts so that companies can reach their next level of success.
UACI Executive Director Eric Smith shared his insights towards Techletics pathway to success. “We’re committed to guiding Techletics through their entrepreneurial journey. We are working with their team systematically through specific content in our program, with an added focus on marketing strategy and helping to broaden their reach by networking with strategic partners and customers,” Smith added.
About the UA Center for Innovation
The University of Arizona Center for Innovation (UACI) is a startup incubator network with outposts across the Southern Arizona region and a mission to grow scalable science and technology startup ventures that fuel the Arizona economy. For nearly two decades, the program has directly served over 140 companies and impacted thousands of entrepreneurs. This is done through providing access to people, programming and places that help entrepreneurs take their companies from idea to market. Startups go through a structured program that takes them through a continuum of education provided by mentors, advisors, and community collaborators. UACI also provides access to service providers, industry cluster groups, interns and connections to potential customers and strategic partners. Entrepreneurs utilize various physical spaces that include offices, wet and dry labs, meeting rooms a prototyping center, collaboration areas and the infrastructure to support these spaces. The UACI is part of Tech Parks Arizona, which brings together university, industry, and community, creating “interactive ground” to advance technology innovation.