BusinessDen discussed the future expansion plans of ActivArmorTM with founder, Diana Hall. ActivArmor’s growth plan includes expanding to new cities and streamlining the custom design process of the protective, breathable, custom, 3D printed, waterproof, ActivArmorTM casts.
Check out the entire article here (https://businessden.com/2020/02/06/startup-reinventing-casts-for-broken-limbs-looks-to-raise-another-million/)
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“Pueblo-based ActivArmor makes waterproof, breathable splints for kids, athletes and other patients. The startup is seeking to raise $1 million, with $80,000 committed so far, founder Diana Hall said Monday.”
ActivArmor plans to expand to more cities within the USA and is looking toward international opportunities.
With Children’s Hospital Colorado now offering ActivArmor casts, ActivArmor is becoming a standard of care and not only used for sports medicine.
“Children’s Hospital Colorado began offering ActivArmor casts and splints Jan. 1. Hall said this is the company’s first pediatric-focused hospital.”