Baltimore-based Capsulomics won the top award in Utah last month at a pitch competition that was part of a boot camp for early-stage companies founded by military members, veterans and military spouses.
Cofounder and CEO Daniel Lunz pitched the company’s test for early detection of esophogeal cancer at Patriot Boot Camp. The event was held on Aug. 25 at the headquarters of financial data company MX in Lehi, Utah.
Presented by noted accelerator Techstars, the boot camp brought together 50 entrepreneurs who worked with teachers and mentors. The event included pitches from 10 founders, who presented to a panel of investors and entrepreneurs. They selected Lunz as the winner.
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