BOSTON, June 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Corvium Inc., the leader in food safety intelligence, today announced the Company has expanded its team with two new and valuable members in compliance and sales. Melody Ge, Head of Compliance, and Jerry Bishop, Regional Sales Director, both recently joined the team. Ge and Bishop bring more than 20 combined years of experience in the food industry, and will help Corvium to provide an innovative suite of food safety services to food companies across the country and beyond.
Corvium, the leader in food safety intelligence, has expanded its management team, leveraging valuable experience and knowledge to drive forward Corvium's mission of reducing food risk and improving food quality.
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Corvium (formerly known as Sample6) today announced its commitment to reduce food risk by equipping the world's leading food producers and food service brands with state-of-the-art food safety, intelligence, and operational solutions.
Food safety trailblazer Corvium, Inc. was named the "2018 Outsell Emerging Company of the Year" at Outsell Inc.'s Signature Event in London yesterday. Presenting alongside other finalist startups working at the intersection of data and information solutions, Corvium impressed the Outsell community with a compelling presentation on the food risk landscape and their work to make the world a safer place to eat.
Ben Sampson of Outsell for Startups podcast recently sat down with Corvium CEO and Founder Jeff Swartz and Michael Koeris, respectively. If you've ever experienced the awful effect of food poisoning, I'm sure you never looked at that meal or food the same way again.
Corvium Inc. has been named by research and advisory firm Outsell Inc. as a Top 10 Emerging Company this year, and will attend the Outsell Signature Event taking place in London on October 3-4. At the event, Dr. Michael Koeris, Corvium’s Chief Information Officer, will participate in the Emerging Company Growth Tank, a disruptive, invitation-only series of the top 10 performing startup companies in the data and information industry. He will present on Corvium’s mission and strategy, competing to win the title of Outsell Emerging Company of the Year.
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We're thrilled to share that Sample6 Inc. (now Corvium Inc.) has been named as one of the 25 most innovative startups in the ag-tech industry by Forbes Magazine! According to Forbes, they "surveyed the agricultural technology landscape by speaking with experts, venture capitalists and accelerators; then, examined financials and each company’s agricultural credentials" to find the 25 ag-tech startups that showcase the greatest potential.
Michael Koeris, CEO and Founder, Sample6 will be part of a panel at the SynBioBeta SF 2016 event, October 4th-6th. The Future of Food Panel on October 5th will feature the latest food tech entrepreneurs who are reinventing food from the ground up.
FORBES, August 22, 2016: Say the words “synthetic biology,” and venture capitalists think instantly about money in pharmaceuticals. Synlogic, an MIT spinout working to program microbes into drugs that I’ve covered here, is one example.
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Major food safety events have brought environmental testing to the forefront. Check out this article by Jim Hammel from our Customer Success team on how to leverage food safety software as part of a robust environmental monitoring program.
Sample6 is a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based startup with a new way to detect food-borne pathogens such as Listeria and Salmonella. Its technology was conceived in a Boston University lab, and the company was cofounded by Boston University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology PhD students Michael Koeris, Timothy Lu and Tanguy Chau. But they didn't do it on their own - Sample6 had lots of help, advice and $150,000 in convertible notes from Boston University's Office of Technology Development.
From sanitation and processing to testing and analysis to transportation and imports, government requirements of companies in the food industry are changing. Many companies are already prepared for the transformation that FSMA will bring. Within food testing and analysis, expectations will be higher than ever. Companies should be able to more accurately and rapidly identify contamination in order to take immediate action. What are some of the biggest concerns in testing and analysis? What changes can we expect? In a roundtable discussion with Sample6 executives, Michael Koeris, Ph.D., founder and vice president of operations, and Tim Curran, CEO, share their perspective on the hurdles that industry is facing and how innovative technology plays an important role in the future of food safety.
Every day brings a new report about a food product recall. With all of the progress in disease detection and recall management, hasn’t the food supply become safer? Is the increase in recalls a result of more aggressive government enforcement of food safety? Or has the media simply become more attuned to food safety issues and giving them more scrutiny?
With the complexity of our food chain increasing, food safety has become more complicated. The task of ensuring food safety now demands a completely different mindset, as well as new approaches and more extensive regulations.
Diagnostics startup Sample6 recently moved its headquarters to Cambridge from Boston's Seaport District and raised an additional $2.5 million from the founder of the company, who also works as a biological engineering professor at MIT. The latest funding comes from Tim Lu, Sample6 founder and board member.
Sample6, a company focused on applying biotechnology to advance food safety, announced today that it has secured a $11 million Series B financing round led by Canaan Partners. Joining the round are Cultivian Sandbox, a fund which invests in emerging technologies in the food and agriculture industry, and Series A lead investor Flybridge Capital Partners. In addition, the company noted that Stephen Bloch, MD, General Partner of Canaan Partners, has joined its Board of Directors while Peter Farina, PhD, Executive in Residence for Canaan Partners, will join its Scientific Advisory Board.