Adhesys Medical Selected for MassChallenge 2016 Accelerator

Adhesys Medical joins 128 startups from around the world for 4-month program in Boston

Houston, May 19, 2016

Today Adhesys Medical announced it will join MassChallenge Boston, the most startup-friendly accelerator on the planet. One of 128 startups participating, Adhesys Medical will benefit from mentorship, office space, and a vast network of experienced entrepreneurs, corporate partners, and investors. In November, all MassChallenge Boston startups will compete for $1.5M total in cash awards with no equity taken.

“Having been selected as one of the MassChallenge finalists is a great honor for us and we are proud to be part of the class of 2016. This is a great opportunity for us to gain access to a broad network of supporters, partners and investors”, said Alexander Schueller, President of Adhesys Medical Inc.
Having expanded to the United States in January 2015, Adhesys Medical, which was founded in Aachen, Germany in 2013 now has an office in Houston, Texas at the doors of the Texas Medical Center, the largest hospital complex in the world. The MassChallenge program will enable the company to expand to Boston, one of the most important life-sciences hubs of the country.

“We received consistent feedback from our judges about the quality of applicants this year, and I’m confident we’ll have an incredibly high-caliber class of entrepreneurs joining us in Boston,” said MassChallenge Boston Managing Director Scott Bailey. “These entrepreneurs will be challenged throughout the program to impact communities and provide disruptive solutions across a wide range of industries. Be on the lookout for them this summer!”
This year’s MassChallenge Boston class was selected from more than 1,700 applicants across a diverse range of industries and geographies, including 65 countries and 37 states. The accelerator program will culminate on November 2, 2016, at the MassChallenge Boston Awards Ceremony, where entrepreneurs will pitch their startups with the chance to win a share of $1.5 million in zero-equity awards.

MassChallenge Boston 2016 Winner