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Medical Device Manufacturer C2Dx Onshores Production from Mexico to Michigan Facility

April 26, 2023

LANSING, Mich., April 20, 2022 /Michigan.Gov/ — Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer joined the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) to announce two business expansion projects expected to create a total of 65 new jobs and generate a total private investment of nearly $4 million have received support from the Michigan Strategic Fund. The projects are in Hudsonville and Schoolcraft.

Hemostatix, a local medical device company, acquired by Michigan-based C2Dx

March 15, 2022

About a year and a half ago, Hemostatix Medical Technologies, a Bartlett-based company, was in talks with a big medical device company regarding an acquisition. The larger, undisclosed company was interested in Hemostatix’s intellectual property — a unique thermal scalpel that seals blood vessels as they are incised, effectively enabling cutting and coagulating at the

C2Dx Announces the Acquisition of Hemostatix and its Thermal Scalpel System

March 9, 2022

KALAMAZOO, Mich., March 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — C2Dx, a privately held medical device company, announced its acquisition of Hemostatix Medical Technologies LLC (Hemostatix) effective on January 1, 2022. This latest expansion aligns with C2Dx’s strategy to invest in and refine the delivery of valuable niche products to propel their growth and accessibility worldwide. The acquisition

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2021 Newsmaker: Kevin McLeod

January 21, 2022

Kalamazoo-based medical device startup C2Dx was founded by Kevin McLeod and Ann Arbor-based growth capital firm Plymouth Growth in 2019 to invest in and refine the delivery of “valuable niche products” to propel its growth. And that’s exactly what happened in 2021. C2Dx’s second product acquisition occurred early last year when it purchased Stryker’s T/Pump

Business Journal selects Newsmaker finalists

December 16, 2021

The Grand Rapids Business Journal has selected the finalists for its 2021 Newsmaker of the Year awards. The 48 finalists in 16 categories will be celebrated on Jan. 26 during a breakfast event at Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park. The Newsmaker show represents the first event in the Business Journal’s new Breakfast Series lineup,

Quintree and C2Dx Partner to Launch First Telemedicine Platform to Integrate with Providers’ Current Equipment

August 31, 2021

KALAMAZOO, Mich., Aug. 31, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — C2Dx Inc., a medical device company that invests in and refines the delivery of valuable, niche products to propel their growth and accessibility, has partnered with another Michigan startup – Quintree. The telemedicine platform that integrates with existing diagnostic equipment is launching to healthcare providers. C2Dx Now Providing

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Investing In and Evolving Products to their Fullest Potential

July 6, 2021

C2Dx, Inc is a privately held medical device company based in Kalamazoo, Michigan with a unique business model. Founded in early 2019 by industry experts, C2Dx continues to build its business from the strong foundation of its initial acquisition of the STIC Intra-Compartmental Pressure Monitor from Stryker. Seeing success from giving this product dedicated attention

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C2Dx acquires Stryker T/Pump product line

February 18, 2021

A medical device startup acquired a line of devices that provide localized temperature therapy for pain relief and patient comfort. Kalamazoo-based C2Dx — a medical device company founded in 2019 that invests in and refines the delivery of “valuable niche products” to propel their growth — said Tuesday that it acquired the T/Pump product line

Kalamazoo’s C2Dx Acquires T/Pump Product Line from Stryker

February 17, 2021

Medical device company C2Dx Inc. has acquired the T/Pump product line from Stryker Corp. Both firms are based in Kalamazoo, which has become a medical technology powerhouse highlighted by the COVID-19 vaccine being produced by Pfizer. Kalamazoo also is home to multiple medical technology parks, Western Michigan University, and is a large producer of medical

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