Glucovation Named San Diego Venture Group Cool Company For 2014

Metabolic Sensor Company to Be Featured at 12th Annual Venture Summit on June 19

Glucovation, a metabolic sensor company, announced today that it has been selected as one of San Diego Venture Group’s “Cool Companies” to be showcased at the upcoming 12th Annual Venture Summit taking place on June 19 in San Diego. A committee of SDVG Board Members chose Glucovation from over 180 applicants based off of the company’s investor appeal, growth and innovation.

“We are excited SDVG has recognized Glucovation as a ‘Cool Company’ and are looking forward to this year’s venture summit,” said Dr. Robert Boock, CEO and co-founder, Glucovation. “Our metabolic sensor will give consumers unprecedented access to information about their unique physiology. The value of our wearable sensor and the value of our data will drive a new revolution in behavior modification and consumer outcomes.”

Glucovation will be recognized at SDVG’s Venture Summit. The event will showcase the innovative climate that thrives in San Diego and connect top entrepreneurs to more than 100 investors from Southern California, the Bay Area and the U.S.

“This award recognizes companies that represent San Diego’s dynamic and diverse business climate,” said David Titus, President, San Diego Venture Group.

About San Diego Venture Group

The San Diego Venture Group is a non-profit business organization that fosters relationships and ideas to form, fund and build new ventures. SDVG is helping San Diego evolve into a significant entrepreneurial and venture center.

About Glucovation

Glucovation is developing the foundational technologies for continuous glucose monitoring systems for the consumer market with the SugarSenzTM wearable sensor allowing consumers to obtain detailed information on their personal physiology. Founded in 2013, Glucovation is currently in the angel investment round as reflected by their current equity crowdfunding campaign at fundable.com/glucovation.

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