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In the News: ivWatch Drives Diversity on WAVY TV 10

ivWatch on WAVY TV to Discuss Business Diversity An interview with Gary Warren, president and CEO of ivWatch, and Andy Fox of WAVY TV 10, highlighted the biotech company as an example of a business driving diversity in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia....

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757 Angels and ivWatch Reach Entrepreneurs at Tom Tom Fest

Local business leaders invited to speak at 7th Annual Tom Tom Founders Festival CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., April 16, 2018 – 757 Angels and ivWatch recently collaborated during an entrepreneurship session at Tom Tom Founders Festival, a week-long celebration of innovators,...

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In the News: I’m an Engineer, But I Can’t Fix Stupid

ivWatch’s Gary Warren Discusses Future of Healthcare and Device Development in MD+DI ivWatch President and CEO, Gary Warren, offers his insights on device development and non-traditional human factors in the Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry (MD+DI) article, “I’m...

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ivWatch Announces Relocation Commitment to Accommodate Growth

Tech Center Research Park welcomes medical device company as anchor tenant NEWPORT NEWS, Va., March 6, 2018 – ivWatch, the only provider of medical devices for the early detection of intravenous (IV) infiltrations and extravasations, announced today that it is moving...

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In the News: Expected Tech Center Anchor to Add 150 Jobs

New Headquarters and Planned Growth Featured in Daily Press and TidewaterBiz The ivWatch commitment to a new headquarter building at Newport News Tech Center was covered in the Daily Press and TidewaterBiz article, “Expected Tech Center Anchor to Add 150 Jobs.” The...

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For media inquiries, please contact:

Amara Betoney
ivWatch Manager, Public Relations
Direct: 757-224-2606
Office: 855-489-2824 ext. 7007
Mobile:757-660-4949
amara.betoney@ivwatch.com

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