Top 180+ Construction Companies In Massachusetts In 2021
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Top 180+ Construction Companies In Massachusetts In 2021

Updated on March 9th, 2021

Top 180+ Construction Companies In Massachusetts In 2021

A hand curated list of 180+ top construction companies in Massachusetts.
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Table Of Contents

  1. TenasiTech ($10M to $50M)
  2. EPC Corporation (Less than $1M)
  3. Rise Robotics (Less than $1M)
  4. CircuitHub ($1M to $10M)
  5. Remote Sensing Solutions ($10M to $50M)
  6. BMF Precision ($1M to $10M)
  7. Alloy Enterprises (Less than $1M)
  8. Transport Phenomena Technologies ($10M to $50M)
  9. Boston Engineering ($10M to $50M)
  10. Webgears (Less than $1M)
  11. Coyote Cannabis (Less than $1M)
  12. Artaic ($1M to $10M)
  13. UltraConductive Copper Company ($10M to $50M)
  14. Silk Therapeutics ($1M to $10M)
  15. Southie Autonomy (Less than $1M)
  16. Berkshire Welco ($10M to $50M)
  17. Automation Engineering ($10M to $50M)
  18. Cambridge Mechatronics ($1M to $10M)
  19. Coventry Associates (Less than $1M)
  20. Chasm Technologies (Less than $1M)
  21. 3Doodler ($1M to $10M)
  22. IndustrialML, Inc. ($10M to $50M)
  23. Infinite Cooling (Less than $1M)
  24. Polysolar ($1M to $10M)
  25. Kinetic Batteries ($10M to $50M)
  26. Inkbit ($1M to $10M)
  27. Radical Plastics ($10M to $50M)
  28. Terrafugia ($10M to $50M)
  29. Fathom ($10M to $50M)
  30. Kalion ($10M to $50M)
  31. SparkCharge (Less than $1M)
  32. 908 Devices ($1M to $10M)
  33. Empire Group ($1M to $10M)
  34. C-2 Innovations (Less than $1M)
  35. Veo Robotics ($1M to $10M)
  36. Kebotix ($1M to $10M)
  37. CIMCON Lighting ($1M to $10M)
  38. Mx Orthopedics (Less than $1M)
  39. Realtime Robotics ($1M to $10M)
  40. Miach Orthopaedics ($1M to $10M)
  41. Dairyvative Technologies (Less than $1M)
  42. Nanoramic Laboratories (Less than $1M)
  43. Triton Systems (Less than $1M)
  44. Amalgamated Titanium International (Less than $1M)
  45. Ambri ($1M to $10M)
  46. N12 Technologies ($1M to $10M)
  47. Apis Cor (Less than $1M)
  48. Atrex Energy ($10M to $50M)
  49. NBD Nanotechnologies ($1M to $10M)
  50. Precision Optics ($10M to $50M)
  51. FastCAP ($10M to $50M)
  52. Kopin ($1M to $10M)
  53. Heila Technologies ($10M to $50M)
  54. Rapid Micro Biosystems ($50M to $100M)
  55. Markforged ($50M to $100M)
  56. ClearLine MD (Less than $1M)
  57. YORK Athletics Mfg. (Less than $1M)
  58. Paraclete Energy ($1M to $10M)
  59. Viridis3D (Less than $1M)
  60. Formlabs ($50M to $100M)
  61. Nano-C ($1M to $10M)
  62. American Robotics ($1M to $10M)
  63. Sensera ($1M to $10M)
  64. Berkshire Grey ($10M to $50M)
  65. Accion Systems ($1M to $10M)
  66. Upstart Power ($10M to $50M)
  67. CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals (Less than $1M)
  68. Danger!Awesome (Less than $1M)
  69. ESG Clean Energy (Less than $1M)
  70. Boston Materials ($1M to $10M)
  71. Lightforce Orthodontics (Less than $1M)
  72. Locus Robotics ($1M to $10M)
  73. 6 River Systems ($1M to $10M)
  74. aPriori Technologies ($10M to $50M)
  75. Multiscale Systems ($10M to $50M)
  76. BSS Additive ($10M to $50M)
  77. Tessolar ($10M to $50M)
  78. Clare, Inc. ($1M to $10M)
  79. Stargazer Pharmaceuticals (Less than $1M)
  80. Persimmon Technologies ($1M to $10M)
  81. OMNIlife science ($50M to $100M)
  82. Poly6 Technologies (Less than $1M)
  83. T. Bear, Inc. ($1M to $10M)
  84. Tecogen ($10M to $50M)
  85. SciAps ($1M to $10M)
  86. Organogenesis ($100M to $500M)
  87. Digital Alloys ($1M to $10M)
  88. Quaise- The Engine (Less than $1M)
  89. Tego ($10M to $50M)
  90. Freebird Semiconductor ($1M to $10M)
  91. SECOS Group Limited ($1M to $10M)
  92. Modelo (Less than $1M)
  93. WindESCo ($1M to $10M)
  94. New Valence Robotics Corporation ($1M to $10M)
  95. Massachusetts Materials Technologies (Less than $1M)
  96. Rize Inc. ($100M to $500M)
  97. VionX Energy ($10M to $50M)
  98. Emphysys ($10M to $50M)
  99. ZSFab ($10M to $50M)
  100. 99degrees Custom ($1M to $10M)
  101. Arriba Technologies (Less than $1M)
  102. Oasys Water ($10M to $50M)
  103. OnPoint Surgical (Less than $1M)
  104. Cambridge Electronics ($1M to $10M)
  105. Windgap Medical (Less than $1M)
  106. Boston Dynamics ($50M to $100M)
  107. Pendar Technologies (Less than $1M)
  108. Samsonite ($500M to $1B)
  109. Illuminate Labs (Less than $1M)
  110. Hstar Technologies ($1M to $10M)
  111. Relayr ($50M to $100M)
  112. Atomera (Less than $1M)
  113. Bose ($1B to $10B)
  114. BloomBoss (Less than $1M)
  115. Access Vascular (Less than $1M)
  116. Tyca (Less than $1M)
  117. AndrosRobotics (Less than $1M)
  118. SolidEnergy Systems ($1M to $10M)
  119. Bluejay Diagnostics ($10M to $50M)
  120. Veloxint ($1M to $10M)
  121. OpenBOM (TM) - Newman Cloud, Inc ($1M to $10M)
  122. Intrinsic Therapeutics ($10M to $50M)
  123. Rewalk Robotics ($1M to $10M)
  124. Ministry of Supply (Less than $1M)
  125. Lamplighter Brewing (Less than $1M)
  126. Luminopia (Less than $1M)
  127. SLIPS Technologies ($1M to $10M)
  128. Quantum Technology Group (Less than $1M)
  129. LiquiGlide ($1M to $10M)
  130. InstantEye Robotics (Less than $1M)
  131. Tulip Interfaces (Less than $1M)
  132. Nantero ($10M to $50M)
  133. 1366 Technologies ($10M to $50M)
  134. MSW Power (Less than $1M)
  135. Boston Power ($10M to $50M)
  136. RenalGuard Solutions ($1M to $10M)
  137. American Stonecraft, Inc. ($10M to $50M)
  138. TelAztec ($10M to $50M)
  139. Leading Edge Equipment Technologies ($10M to $50M)
  140. DetraPel ($1M to $10M)
  141. Kuva Systems f/k/a MultiSensor Scientific (Less than $1M)
  142. Barrett Technology ($1M to $10M)
  143. Bio2 Technologies ($1M to $10M)
  144. Giner Electrochemical Systems ($10M to $50M)
  145. Desktop Metal ($1M to $10M)
  146. Energy & Resource Solutions ($10M to $50M)
  147. ConnectM Technology Solutions ($10M to $50M)
  148. Corindus ($10M to $50M)
  149. Renew Energy Partners (Less than $1M)
  150. RedShift BioAnalytics ($10M to $50M)
  151. Soft Robotics ($10M to $50M)
  152. Fortify ($1M to $10M)
  153. NextShift Robotics (Less than $1M)
  154. CyberX ($1M to $10M)
  155. Renovia ($1M to $10M)
  156. ThreeMain (Less than $1M)
  157. Boxologic ($1M to $10M)
  158. Katahdin Industries (Less than $1M)
  159. Rethink Robotics ($10M to $50M)
  160. Solchroma Technologies ($1M to $10M)
  161. POW Audio (Less than $1M)
  162. Feature Labs ($1M to $10M)
  163. FRX Polymers ($1M to $10M)
  164. Evaptainers (Less than $1M)
  165. Oxys (Less than $1M)
  166. Pickle Robots (Less than $1M)
  167. Titan Advanced Energy Solutions (Less than $1M)
  168. JETCOOL Technologies ($10M to $50M)
  169. Harvest Automation ($1M to $10M)
  170. Lionano (Less than $1M)
  171. Petit Peony (Less than $1M)
  172. Vesper ($1M to $10M)
  173. Metamagnetics (Less than $1M)
  174. Conagen ($1M to $10M)
  175. Metalenz (Less than $1M)
  176. Common Sensing (Less than $1M)
  177. MachineMetrics ($1M to $10M)
  178. Flaskworks ($1M to $10M)
  179. Symbiosis Pharmaceutical Services ($1M to $10M)
  180. DJ MicroLaminates (Less than $1M)
  181. Aircuity ($1M to $10M)
  182. Via Separations (Less than $1M)
  183. Keystone Bluff ($10M to $50M)


  1. TenasiTech ($10M to $50M)

    TenasiTech offers composite polymers.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.4M raised in June, 2015
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  3. EPC Corporation (Less than $1M)

    EPC manufactures low-volume electric vehicle and industrial power conversion components. EPC also plans to release a new product (exotic electric vehicle) under the evNEXT brand name in 2016. EPC's current products offer a 30% margin. New product offers a 52% margin. Detail available at www.evnext.com

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in November, 2015
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  4. Rise Robotics (Less than $1M)

    THE HUMAN EMPOWERING ROBOTICS COMPANY Rise Robotics designs, makes and sells breakthrough mechanical products. The company was founded in 2011 to advance the robotics industry with the ultimate goal of enabling powerful wearable ExoSUITS™ for all. Our first product Bacon Robotic Air Compressor™ disrupts handheld air compressors. The innovation that enabled the Bacon Robotic air compressor™ is the Cyclone Linear Drive. A new mobile robotic component that can advance many applications. Cyclone drives enable piston or muscle like actuation. It was inspired by our ExoSuit™ explorations.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $3M raised in April, 2020
    • 4 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  6. CircuitHub ($1M to $10M)

    CircuitHub is an electronics company that specializes in electronics, manufacturing, internet of things, and hardware. The company is on a mission to fix rapid electronics prototyping. It helps hardware companies producing self-driving cars, satellites, 3D printers, robotics, and more to rapidly prototype electronics and get to market faster. CircuitHub was founded in 2011 and headquartered in Massachusetts, United States.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $4.3M raised in January, 2020
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  8. Remote Sensing Solutions ($10M to $50M)

    Remote Sensing Solutions is a hardware company based in Barnstable, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $8.8M raised in January, 2018
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  9. BMF Precision ($1M to $10M)

    BMF Precision is a micro-scale 3D printing system manufacturer dedicated to the development of micro-scale 3D printing systems and functional composites. Used in microfluidics, medical devices, electronics, and education.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $14M raised in August, 2019
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  10. man in gray sweatshirt sitting on chair in front of iMac


  11. Alloy Enterprises (Less than $1M)

    Alloy Enterprises operates as industry disruptors looking to tackle inefficiencies in conventional manufacturing. The company is based in Somerville, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.4M raised in April, 2020
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  12. group of people sitting beside rectangular wooden table with laptops


  13. Transport Phenomena Technologies ($10M to $50M)

    Transport Phenomena Technologies is a manufacturing company based in Somerville, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in March, 2019
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  14. two women sitting beside table using MacBooks


  15. Boston Engineering ($10M to $50M)

    Boston Engineering delivers innovative and timely solutions by utilizing its Total System Responsibility™ (TSR) philosophy to meet demanding market needs. Through interdisciplinary teams, best practice strategies and seamless integration with client processes, Boston Engineering offers a complete solution that is both flexible and focused.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $1.1M raised in September, 2015
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  16. man in black jacket sitting on chair


  17. Webgears (Less than $1M)

    Webgears Inc. – develops disruptive Web 3D technology (WebGT) enabling the most efficient integration interface for an IoT connected industries like Smart Manufacturing, Buildings and Infrastructure or connected Transport and Supply chain. WebGT is built around a mix of the proprietary novel mathematics behind the geometry of a 3D model, web-native 3D graphics engine, hybrid cloud-local 3D rendering, WebGL, and software know-how. While others reduce the quality of 3D graphics to make it light and accessible, WebGT allows usage of a detailed interactive 3D with no specific software\hardware requirements, i.e. no extra costs.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $2M raised in March, 2019
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  18. men using computers


  19. Coyote Cannabis (Less than $1M)

    Coyote Cannabis cultivates and manufactures high-quality solventless cannabis concentrates.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in November, 2020
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  21. Artaic ($1M to $10M)

    Artaic is a company that is focused on providing innovative mosaics for the architecture and interior design industry. It combines computer aided design software, cloud based ERP/MRP logistics system,and an innovative robotic mosaic assembly system to create these mosaics. Artaic received investments from Angels and Corporate offices, and substantial non-dillutive grant funding from NSF, NIH, MassChallenge, MassVentures and Horizon2020. It was established by Ted Acworth in 2007.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in September, 2017
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  22. people sitting on black chairs


  23. UltraConductive Copper Company ($10M to $50M)

    UltraConductive Copper Company is the most conductive room-temperature macro-material in the world.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $2.2M raised in August, 2018
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  24. people sitting in front of computer monitors


  25. Silk Therapeutics ($1M to $10M)

    Silk Therapeutics develops, manufactures, and sells skincare products based on silk materials. It offers PureProC, a film formulation that surrounds, protects, stabilizes, and delivers the benefits of vitamin C for an extended duration with anti-aging and skin health benefits. The company sells its products through its online store. Silk Therapeutics skincare line features clean, highly effective anti-aging skincare and skin health products that are healthy enough to use on any skin type, including highly sensitive skin. The company's proprietary liquid silk technology platform was developed by company co-founders Greg Altman, Ph.D., and Rebecca Horan, Ph.D., foremost experts in the use of silk for health and wellness solutions—including effective stabilization and delivery of real silk molecules to the skin. Silk Therapeutics, Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in Medford, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $30M raised in October, 2018
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  27. Southie Autonomy (Less than $1M)

    Southie Autonomy develops a robot software that enables any industrial robot to be re-purposed and re-deployed by any person even without robotics expertise or even computer skills. It aims to help businesses recoup ROI faster by lowering time, cost, and skill barriers, in applications like kitting, palletizing, and simple assembly. The company was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in February, 2020
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  28. people sitting and using laptops


  29. Berkshire Welco ($10M to $50M)

    Berkshire Welco is focuses on the cultivation, manufacturing, and retailing recreational marijuana. It was founded in 2018 and is based in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, United States.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.5M raised in February, 2021
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  31. Automation Engineering ($10M to $50M)

    Automation Engineering specializes in active alignment camera module assembly and test systems. Its modular platform machines perform multi-axis active optical alignment based on unique AEi patent-pending algorithms to enable the production of lens attachment to camera modules with the highest image quality, optimized throughput, and yield. AEi’s modular system. The company was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in Wilmington, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 501-1000 employees
    • $1.2M raised in May, 2015
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  33. Cambridge Mechatronics ($1M to $10M)

    Cambridge Mechatronics (CML) is a high technology design and engineering company based in Cambridge, UK. We specialise in pioneering and developing cutting-edge mechatronic platform technology from concept to mass production. We achieve this through technology licensing or partnerships with global manufacturing corporations. Our intellectual property portfolio consists of over 100 granted patents that we can exploit.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in January, 2019
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  35. Coventry Associates (Less than $1M)

    The 2016 START small business innovation research grant from MassVentures is part of $3 million in funding awarded to 17 companies across Massachusetts with the goal to push cutting edge companies forward toward manufacturing and commercialization of their products.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.2M raised in August, 2016
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  37. Chasm Technologies (Less than $1M)

    CHASM’s mission is to develop and manufacture application-tailored products comprised of Carbon Nanotubes and other advanced materials. They also provide applications and business development services to help clients commercialize new products through smart application of materials science and process technology.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $7M raised in August, 2019
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  39. 3Doodler ($1M to $10M)

    Created by WobbleWorks, the 3Doodler is the world’s first 3D printing pen that allows you to draw mid-air and create 3D versions of your Doodles and ideas. Designed to be compact and easy to use, you simply plug the 3Doodler into a power socket and start drawing whatever your heart desires in 3D within minutes. Whether freestyle 3D sketching, or tracing shapes from templates to make larger architectural structures, anything is possible. WobbleWorks is an emerging toy and robotics company with big ideas. Their mission is to create affordable, cutting edge toys and robots that inspire and delight our customers the world over. Founded in 2011, WobbleWorks is led by Peter Dilworth and Maxwell Bogue, experienced toy makers and enthusiasts. WobbleWorks’ products include Wigglerz™ (Spring ’13), and large walking dinosaurs such as Butch, the life-size robotic protoceratops, built for museums and theme parks.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.5M raised in January, 2015
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  41. IndustrialML, Inc. ($10M to $50M)

    IndustrialML, Inc. is an artificial intelligence company based in Boston, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in October, 2020
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  43. Infinite Cooling (Less than $1M)

    Infinite Cooling is a renewables and environment company that specializes in wastewater management and recycling. It uses high-voltage electric fields to recapture and recycle massive amounts of water that would otherwise be wasted at industrial-scale facilities such as power plants, data centers, and factories. The company was founded in 2017 and headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $4M raised in November, 2019
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  45. Polysolar ($1M to $10M)

    Polysolar develops, designs, and project-manages Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) solutions. They are an award-winning Cambridge (UK) based developer and producer of innovative low-cost solar photovoltaic glass for the BIPV market and are now one of the world's leading providers. Their unique thin-film solar PV glass is the first truly transparent alternative for conventional architectural building materials, generating renewable energy and a return on investment. They work with clients, architects, surveyors and throughout the construction industry to provide turnkey and bespoke integrated PV solutions. Their products provide an exceptional finish to a building enabling environmental targets and planning regulations to be met. Indeed their contribution to BREEAM environmental assessment method can be sufficient to extend classification by a whole category.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.5M raised in July, 2020
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  47. Kinetic Batteries ($10M to $50M)

    Kinetic Batteries has developed and patented the first scalable additive manufacturing technology for battery production, which will reduce costs, save energy, and increase manufacturing flexibility as compared to traditional and developing processes. The future of energy storage depends on the price of batteries dropping from $250/kWh today to below $100/kWh. At this price point, lithium-ion energy delivery systems become cost-competitive with traditional energy delivery systems such as internal combustion engines, thus driving market-level adoption. KB’s dry spray process will result in savings of more than 40% over the current process, enabling battery manufacturers to realize these targets as much as two years earlier than is currently being projected. Moreover, the additive manufacturing approach enables designers to incorporate batteries as structural components, fill currently unused space with conformable batteries, or produce batteries with highly customized electrochemical performance.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in September, 2017
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  49. Inkbit ($1M to $10M)

    Inkbit creats a next-generation additive manufacturing platform that combines 3D printing with machine vision. MIT-trained scientists and engineers combines expertise in industrial systems, design software, and material science to identify and seize opportunities for mass-market additive manufacturing.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $12M raised in November, 2019
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  51. Radical Plastics ($10M to $50M)

    Radical Plastics is a radical solution to plastic pollution.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $2.3M raised in August, 2020
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  53. Terrafugia ($10M to $50M)

    Terrafugia (terra-FOO-gee-ah), based inWoburn, MA, is comprised of a team of award-winning engineers who have been advancing the state of personal aircraft since 2006. Founded by five pilots who are graduates of MIT and supported by a world-class network of advisors and private investors, Terrafugia's mission is the innovative expansion of personal mobility. "Terrafugia" is Latin for "escape from land."

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $1M raised in February, 2015
    • 4 founders
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  55. Fathom ($10M to $50M)

    Fathom specializes in delivering hologram-like 3D experiences using readily-available printers, inks, and media. It allows users to print the patterns duplex on standard clear film and the 3D object reappears, extending 30x beyond the film thickness. It was founded in 2014 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $2.3M raised in March, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  57. Kalion ($10M to $50M)

    Kalion is an early stage industrial biotech company that will transform the traditional chemical industry by providing low-cost access to glucaric acid and S-3-hydroxybutyrolactone (3-HBL) using traditional, green, fermentation technology. Glucaric acid and 3-HBL were identified as “Top Value Added Chemicals from Biomass” and multi-billion dollar markets for use of the two chemicals are limited by cost and availability (2004 DOE report).

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $3M raised in February, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  59. SparkCharge (Less than $1M)

    SparkCharge is an automotive company that manufactures and develops charging stations for electric vehicles. Its product features include portability, fast charging, and modular design. The company specializes in providing solutions in electric vehicles, cars, and electric charging. SparkCharge was founded in 2014 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $3.3M raised in April, 2020
    • 3 founders
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  61. 908 Devices ($1M to $10M)

    908 Devices is bringing the powerful capabilities of Mass Spectrometry out of the confines of centralized facilities and mobile laboratories. The company makes battery-operated, handheld, chemical detection tools, rugged enough to exceed military standards, and trusted enough for immediate action in the field. For biologists and chemists in need of answers, 908 Devices makes personal analyzers, small and simple enough for every workspace.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $17.5M raised in April, 2019
    • 9 founders
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  62. Empire Group ($1M to $10M)

    Empire Group is a full-service product development company that enhances your ability to move with speed and confidence through ALL stages of development by providing customized solutions in design, engineering, prototyping, graphic design, and manufacturing. For over 20 years, we have been a trusted and dependable partner for our customers. Companies on the East Coast, and across the US, that are in the consumer goods, defense, medical device, aerospace/aviation, juvenile, and toy industries rely on us for our knowledge, experience, and wide range of services. At Empire Group, product development is in our DNA. We eat, sleep, and breathe it every day. From design to manufacturing, and every iteration in between, Empire Group takes on the challenges of product development, so our customers have the freedom to create brilliant products, iterate design to perfection, and accelerate speed to market. **Empire Group is an ITAR Registered & ISO 9001:2015 Certified Company.** We provide solutions for product design & engineering, prototype development, rapid manufacturing, branding & packaging. SERVICES: Industrial Design, CNC Machining, Engineering, 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing, Prototyping, Graphic Design, RTV Molds & Casting, Thermoforming, Custom Finishing, Event Displays

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.3M raised in February, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  64. C-2 Innovations (Less than $1M)

    C-2 Innovations designs and builds all-weather amphibious robots for monitoring, sampling, and mapping various sea-floor terrains. It specializes in areas including; product development, low volume production, business development consulting, contract R&D, and 3-D Animation. C-2 Innovation was founded in 2007 and is based in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, USA.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.3M raised in June, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  66. Veo Robotics ($1M to $10M)

    Veo Robotics is transforming manufacturing with products that incorporate advanced computer vision, 3D sensing, and AI. Their first product lets high-performance industrial robots work collaboratively with people to enable much more flexible, productive, and efficient manufacturing workcells.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $15M raised in February, 2019
    • 3 founders
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  67. Kebotix ($1M to $10M)

    Kebotix is a high-tech materials discovery and production company. It is to reinvent the materials industry and enable a new age of discovery of new materials using AI, machine learning, and robotics. Kebotix is just coming out of stealth mode. It was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $11.4M raised in April, 2020
    • 5 founders
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  69. CIMCON Lighting ($1M to $10M)

    CIMCON Lighting provides software powered lighting controllers and Internet of Things enabled Smart City lighting management solution. The company helps cities run smarter while decreasing energy and maintenance costs. The company's solution has been implemented in over 50 cities in 16 countries. The company uses LED lighting to create a wireless sensor network and platform enabling cities to implement variety of Smart City applications to manage outdoor lighting, monitor air quality, meter electric vehicle chargers, improve public safety and security, optimize parking, traffic, installation of small cell towers, pedestrian safety, video analytics, and waste management to improve quality of life for city residents. CIMCON Lighting was founded on 2012 and is headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $33M raised in September, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  71. Mx Orthopedics (Less than $1M)

    Mx Orthopedics develops and commercializes orthopedic implant coatings made of superelastic SMA spacer fabric. MX Orthopedics has assembled a team that combines complementary skills and expertise in orthopedic design and product development, Nitinol metallurgy, mechanical and manufacture engineering, quality and regulatory systems, and sales, distribution and marketing. The company's advisers are made up of renowned orthopedist and industry-respected business leaders. Mx Orthopedics improves fracture fixation procedures and outcomes. The company's innovating dynamic implants made of Nitinol that offer enhanced compression over time to improve healing compared to the static implants on the market today. These creative solutions are clinically beneficial, commercially practical and technically possible. Mx Orthopedics is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $2.1M raised in April, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  73. Realtime Robotics ($1M to $10M)

    Realtime Robotics developer of specialized processor for generating safe robot motion plans in micro-seconds. They are transforming automation in its broadest sense by enabling machines to recognize, respond and decide how and where to move in milliseconds, even in variable environments. Their RapidPlan processor harnesses cutting-edge computer processing and software to end the trade-off between speed and safety that’s holding automation back today. Realtime Robotics is resolving these limitations with specialized hardware enabling fast, collision-free motion in unstructured environments, enabling vastly broader applications of robotics in industry, and autonomous vehicles that drive naturally, enabling more rapid adoption and proliferation.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2M raised in September, 2020
    • 5 founders
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  75. Miach Orthopaedics ($1M to $10M)

    Miach Orthopaedics is a medical device company that develops bio-engineered surgical implants to facilitate new tissue growth. The company's product is the Bridge-Enhanced ACL Repair technology as a viable alternative to conventional ACL reconstruction for patients who have withstand an anterior cruciate ligament injury. Miach Orthopaedics was founded on 2016 and is headquartered in Westborough, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $22.5M raised in September, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  77. Dairyvative Technologies (Less than $1M)

    Dairyvative Technologies is a dairy business with patented SEVENx technology for concentrating milk. The basis of their business is licensing and servicing the sustainable Sevenx process technology. The company was founded in 2012 and headquartered in Lincoln, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $2.5M raised in May, 2016
    • 2 founders
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  79. Nanoramic Laboratories (Less than $1M)

    Established in 2016 to extend the use of nanomaterials into new markets, Nanoramic® Laboratories is the exclusive designer, manufacturer, and licenser of Neocarbonix™ electrodes, Fastcap® Ultracapacitors and Thermexit™ thermal interface gap filler pads. Nanoramic was born from the research and development of world record high temperature ultracapacitor technology funded by NASA, the Department of Energy, and the Department of Defense. Now Nanoramic is commercializing this technology to revolutionize growing industries like electric vehicle batteries and consumer and industrial electronics. Nanoramic’s predecessor, FastCAP Systems (now FastCap Ultracapacitors), was founded in 2009 by two PhDs from MIT. The company received sizable government grants leading to the development of the only ultracapacitors capable of operating in temperatures up to 150°C and under conditions of high shock and vibration. The FastCap Ultracapacitors family of products has since expanded to include wide temperature range lithium-ion capacitors, structural ultracapacitors, and the only reflowable, low ESR, slim profile ultracapacitor on the market. The hard work required to develop energy st orage for such extreme environments drove our engineers to develop Neocarbonix, an electrode platform for rechargeable Li-ion batteries, Li-ion capacitors, and supercapacitors that would outperform all competitors. In addition to Neocarbonix and FastCap Ultracapacitors, the Nanoramic product family includes Thermexit. Thermexit is a line of high-end thermal interface gap filler pads. Thermexit gap fillers are a non-reactive, non-silicon, no cure system featuring high thermal conductivity and high thermal stability. Our culture of transparency, empowerment, disciplined thinking, and experimentation is what drives us to build world-class technology

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $8.5M raised in May, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  81. Triton Systems (Less than $1M)

    Triton Systems, Inc. (Triton) is an advanced materials, coatings and systems engineering product development firm headquartered near Boston, Massachusetts. Triton selectively combines US Government funds with private equity investments to transition ideas to the marketplace. Founded in 1992, Triton, along with its affiliates, has two locations in Massachusetts, a R&D and manufacturing facility in Fargo, North Dakota, a life science group in Berkeley, California, and a manufacturing site in Domat-EMS, Switzerland.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $0.5M raised in September, 2016
    • 1 founder
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  83. Amalgamated Titanium International (Less than $1M)

    Amalgamated's proprietary technology allows the firm to design, manufacture, and sell titanium products at a relative equivalent price to inferior material substitutes, such as high-grade steels and aluminums. In essence, we make and sell the highest quality titanium products at AFFORDABLE prices.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in August, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  85. Ambri ($1M to $10M)

    Ambri, Inc. (formerly Liquid Metal Battery Corporation (LMBC)) is an early-stage company working to develop and commercialize a new battery technology that will revolutionize grid-scale power storage. Their battery has the potential to cost significantly less than existing batteries. By decoupling power supply and power demand, the liquid metal battery will be a major enabler of the widespread use of sustainable energy sources and the development of more efficient power systems. Ambri was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Marlborough, Massachusetts, United States.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $17.3M raised in December, 2018
    • 3 founders
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  87. N12 Technologies ($1M to $10M)

    N12 Technologies delivers production-scale nanotechnology materials for aerospace, automotive, and consumer goods composite materials. It provides advanced composite reinforcement products at low cost to any customer seeking weight-savings, higher toughness, or better conductivity from their composite structures. N12’s key technology, licensed from MIT, produces highly-uniform, controlled-height, vertically-aligned carbon nanotube (VACNT) forests. Tailoring height and placement of these forests prevent crack growth and delamination at resin-rich interlaminar (between ply) interfaces. N12 Technologies was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Somerville, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $23.2M raised in September, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  89. Apis Cor (Less than $1M)

    Apis Cor develops mobile construction 3D printer that works in polar coordinates.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.2M raised in June, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  91. Atrex Energy ($10M to $50M)

    Atrex Energy provides a variety of power generation products based on a unique tubular solid oxide fuel cell technology which operates on conventional natural gas and propane at high efficiency. No hydrogen is required. The Atrex Energy systems provide clients with money-saving, smart and reliable solutions for power needs. The Company expects to double its workforce in the coming years as sales grow. Atrex Energy is located at 19 Walpole Park South in Walpole, MA 02081. More information can be found at http://www.atrexenergy.com.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $3.1M raised in September, 2016
    • 1 founder
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  93. NBD Nanotechnologies ($1M to $10M)

    NBD develops coatings and additives to modify surface wetting properties. NBD focuses on coatings and additives that modify surface wettability. NBD's broad product portfolio can influence surface properties for glass and plastic materials to create ultra-durable and functional surface wetting properties. It was founded in 2012 and headquartered in Brighton, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $8M raised in November, 2017
    • 2 founders
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  95. Precision Optics ($10M to $50M)

    Precision Optics Corporation is a developer and manufacturer of advanced optical instruments since 1982. The company designs and produces next-generation medical instruments, Microprecision(TM) micro-optics with characteristic dimensions less than 1 millimeter, and other advanced optical systems based on the Company's state-of-the-art optical technologies. The company's innovative medical instrumentation line includes Lenslock(TM) laparoscopes, arthroscopes, and sinuscopes, as well as endocouplers and a world-class product line of 3D endoscopes for use in minimally invasive surgical procedures.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2M raised in October, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  97. FastCAP ($10M to $50M)

    FastCAP specializes in manufacturing ultracapacitors capable of operating in temperatures up to 150C and under conditions of high shock and vibration. Its ultracapacitor technology is derived from years of government-funded research and development in advanced materials

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.2M raised in July, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  99. Kopin ($1M to $10M)

    Kopin Corporation's voice-activated, wireless, hands-free Golden-i® mobile computing headsets, power-efficient, ultra-small liquid crystal displays, and heterojunction bipolar transistors (HBTs) are revolutionizing the way people around the world see, hear and communicate. Kopin has shipped more than 30 million displays for a range of consumer and military applications including digital cameras, personal video eyewear, camcorders, thermal weapon sights and night vision systems. The innovative Golden-i computing headsets are generating strong interest in industrial, medical, military, homeland security and utility applications. The Company's unique HBTs, which help to enhance battery life, talk time and signal clarity, have been integrated into billions of wireless handsets as well as into WiFi, VoIP and high-speed Internet data transmission systems. Kopin's proprietary display, Golden-i and III-V technologies are protected by more than 200 global patents and patents pending

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 251-500 employees
    • $24.7M raised in April, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  101. Heila Technologies ($10M to $50M)

    Heila Technologies is an MIT-born startup dedicated to simplifying the integration and operation of individual Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) and microgrids. It is focused on the commercialization of the Heila IQ Platform, a decentralized optimization system that reduces system complexity and cost. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Somerville, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2.5M raised in October, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  103. Rapid Micro Biosystems ($50M to $100M)

    Rapid Micro Biosystems provides products for the detection of microbial contamination in the manufacture of pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and personal care products. It offers the Growth Direct System, a non-destructive method for microbial enumeration. The company was formerly known as Genomic Profiling Systems and changed its name to Rapid Micro Biosystems in 2007. Rapid Micro Biosystems was founded in 2006 and is based in Bedford, Massachusetts.

    • $50M to $100M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $120M raised in May, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  105. Markforged ($50M to $100M)

    Markforged transforms manufacturing with 3D metal and carbon fiber printers capable of producing parts tough enough for the factory floor. Engineers, designers, and manufacturing professionals all over the world rely on Markforged metal and composite printers for tooling, fixtures, functional prototyping, and high-value end-use production. Founded in 2013 and based in Watertown, MA, Markforged has about 300 employees globally, with $137 million in both strategic and venture capital. Markforged was recently recognized by Forbes in the Next Billion-Dollar Startups list, and listed as the #2 fastest-growing hardware company in the US in the 2019 Deloitte Fast 500.

    • $50M to $100M annual revenues
    • 251-500 employees
    • $82M raised in March, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  107. ClearLine MD (Less than $1M)

    ClearLine MD develops an air intrusion detection device designed to advance operational safety. The air intrusion detection device is fluid management devices that advance operational safety and it reduces the impact of iatrogenic air burden to patients and improving the safety and effectiveness of intravenous (IV) therapies, enabling doctors to increase safety during operations. The company was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in Woburn, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $5.5M raised in January, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  109. YORK Athletics Mfg. (Less than $1M)

    YORK Athletics Mfg. is a brand that facilitates an online store which markets footwear and accessories for athletics. The accessories it markets include t-shirts, caps, duffel bags, and socks. YORK Athletics Mfg. facilitates a website that enables individuals to write articles related to fitness. YORK Athletics Mfg. was founded in January 2015 by Travis York, Kyle York, and Mark McGarry. It is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. The first season of footwear launched in spring 2016.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2.2M raised in March, 2019
    • 3 founders
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  111. Paraclete Energy ($1M to $10M)

    Paraclete Energy manufactures high-capacity, cycle-stable nanoparticle silicon for the lithium-ion battery market. Its silicon features its own patented artificial SEI which promotes cycle stability.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2M raised in September, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  113. Viridis3D (Less than $1M)

    Viridis3D is an all-inclusive supplier of additive manufacturing technology for making sand molds and cores for foundry applications. They sell materials, 3D printing machines, software scanners, and the training needed to successfully deploy 3D printed casting solutions. It provides complete solutions for making 3D printed parts including hardware, materials, robots, software, and support services. Viridis3D was co-founded in 2010 by c, Will Shambley, and James Bredt, Ph.D., with the mission to commercialize new materials for Additive Manufacturing that enable wider adoption of the technology.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $0.4M raised in May, 2015
    • 3 founders
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  115. Formlabs ($50M to $100M)

    Formlabs is developing an affordable high-resolution 3D printer to enable designers, engineers, and makers to easily realize their dreams in beautiful physical form. It manufactures 3D printing systems for various industries such as education, dentistry, health care, jewelry, and research. Formlabs is the professional 3D printer of choice for engineers, designers, manufacturers, and decision makers around the globe. Formlabs products include the Form 3, Form 3B, and Form 3L, powered by Low Force Stereolithography (LFS)™ 3D printing, Form 2 SLA 3D printer, Form Wash and Form Cure post-processing solutions, Fuse 1 SLS 3D printer, and Form Cell manufacturing solution. Formlabs also develops its own suite of high-performance materials that continue to push the boundaries for 3D printing, as well as best-in-class 3D printing software.

    • $50M to $100M annual revenues
    • 501-1000 employees
    • $15M raised in August, 2018
    • 3 founders
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  117. Nano-C ($1M to $10M)

    Nano-C develops nanostructured carbons for use in high-value energy and electronics applications. The carbons consist of carbon fullerenes, single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNT) and their chemical derivatives whose properties are essential for technologies such as transparent conducting films for displays, photo-resists, flash memory, transistors, photodetectors, sensors, solar panels, batteries, ultra-capacitors, fuel cells, and composite materials, allowing electronics and energy leaders to provides a new era in sleek new generation of green products and applications.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2.4M raised in January, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  119. American Robotics ($1M to $10M)

    American Robotics is an industrial drone developer that specializes in rugged, real-world environments. Through innovations in robot autonomy, machine vision, edge computing, and AI it has created a fully-automated drone capable of continuous, unattended operation. The company was founded by Carnegie Mellon and Stanford roboticists with a shared vision for bringing robotic technology out of the lab and into the real world. American Robotics was established in 2016 and is headquartered in Marlborough, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2M raised in November, 2020
    • 3 founders
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  120. Sensera ($1M to $10M)

    Sensera is an integrated, fast turnaround client-specific designer and manufacturer of specialized high performance microsensors and micro-fabricated components for the Healthcare, Industrial, Defense and Aerospace markets. We fulfill a capability gap for customers who may have limited capability to engineer their own micro-fabricated product or whose production requirements are insufficient for practical engagement with major high-volume suppliers.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $9M raised in August, 2018
    • 3 founders
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  122. Berkshire Grey ($10M to $50M)

    Berkshire Grey develops a materials handling system intended to automate omnichannel fulfillment. Its system utilizes artificial intelligence, computer vision, machine learning, and novel sensing to deploy intelligent robotic systems that automate tasks never before performed by machines in commercial settings, enabling customers to achieve higher accuracy and throughput speeds than traditional approaches as well as handle the broadest assortment of products, packaging, and parcels with ease.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $263M raised in January, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  124. Accion Systems ($1M to $10M)

    Accion Systems provides in-space propulsion systems for satellites based on proprietary technology developed at MIT. Its team develops in-space propulsion technologies that optimize scalability, performance, and efficiency. The company was founded in 2014 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $11M raised in February, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  125. Upstart Power ($10M to $50M)

    Upstart Power is a privately held company that designs, manufacture, and sells solid oxide fuel cell systems. Its fuel cell systems replace internal combustion engine generators in residential and critical communications infrastructure to improve reliability, total cost, noise, and emissions. The company was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Southborough, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in December, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  127. CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals (Less than $1M)

    CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals works with pharmaceutical and generic companies under a Build-Own-Operate model. They design, build, and run the manufacturing process directly at the client site. This novel business model provides its clients with an exceptional, ”one-shop solution” for their entire development and manufacturing cycle. CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals is leveraging a novel continuous manufacturing platform called Integrated Continuous Manufacturing (ICM), initially developed through an $85 M joint research project between Novartis and MIT. In addition, the company is currently collaborating with hospital systems and pharmacy chains to establish its own generic business, where high-quality, low-cost drugs will be manufactured in the United States.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $5M raised in September, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  129. Danger!Awesome (Less than $1M)

    Danger!Awesome is designing and launching the world’s first super-powered professional solid-state laser cutter at a consumer price point. Unlike CO2-based laser systems, their device cuts metal and achieves much higher power on all materials, without the $25K-$75K price tag. Hundreds of thousands of users rely on these devices daily - design firms, architects, and universities - are shopping to replace their laser devices with more modern, more powerful, and less expensive machines. They’re now joined by libraries, schools, and community spaces, buying new laser cutters in incredible numbers.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in January, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  131. ESG Clean Energy (Less than $1M)

    ESG Clean Energy provides renewable energy technology in providing energy savings with no upfront costs to the customer. It is focused on clean and efficient ways to produce energy. Through patented technology they sequester the lien share of the carbon dioxide produced, thus shrinking the carbon footprint and reducing the impact of greenhouse gases on the climate. By utilizing those same patents, they are able to manufacture a variety of products with virtually little or no impact on the atmosphere. It was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in West Springfield, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.6M raised in January, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  133. Boston Materials ($1M to $10M)

    Boston Materials is a cutting edge material science company that is developing the next generation of high strength composites.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.8M raised in May, 2020
    • 3 founders
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  135. Lightforce Orthodontics (Less than $1M)

    LightForce Orthodontics addresses this problem by applying patented, next-generation manufacturing technology adapted for use in orthodontic treatment by the industry's leading experts. It enables orthodontists to utilize its 3D-printing technology to create custom braces for each individual patient, significantly reducing the number of adjustment visits needed.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $14M raised in September, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  137. Locus Robotics ($1M to $10M)

    Locus Robotics manufactures autonomous, mobile robots to support e-commerce for retailers and warehouse logistics providers. Its technology works collaboratively alongside workers to dramatically improve order productivity and increase fulfillment speed and throughput 2X-3X with near-perfect order accuracy, to ensure that consumers receive their orders as quickly and accurately as possible. It was founded in 2014 and headquartered in Wilmington, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $150M raised in February, 2021
    • 2 founders
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  139. 6 River Systems ($1M to $10M)

    6 River Systems mission is to redefine fulfillment automation for e-commerce and retail operations. 6 River Systems was founded in 2015 by former Kiva Systems and Mimio executives and is based in Boston. We are currently working with select customers on pilots through 2016

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $25M raised in January, 2018
    • 3 founders
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  141. aPriori Technologies ($10M to $50M)

    aPriori is a provider of digital manufacturing simulation software. By leveraging the digital twin with our digital factories, they automatically generate design for manufacturability (DFM) and design to cost (DTC) insights, helping manufacturers collaborate across the product development process to make better design, sourcing and manufacturing decisions, drive product costs lower, and create higher value products in less time. aPriori also provides discrete manufacturers and product innovation companies with the most technologically advanced and comprehensive product cost management software and service solutions available on the market today. These solutions fundamentally change the way companies calculate and manage product costs, enabling more informed design, manufacturing, and sourcing decisions that drive significant cost out of products, both pre- and post-production.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $26.8M raised in September, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  143. Multiscale Systems ($10M to $50M)

    Multiscale Systems is a manufacturing company based in Worcester, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in September, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  145. BSS Additive ($10M to $50M)

    BSS Additive manufactures low cost precision metal powders from machine shop wastes using mechanical grinding technologies.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.2M raised in January, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  147. Tessolar ($10M to $50M)

    Tessolar has design innovation to improve solar photovoltaic system performance and reduce installed system costs.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.3M raised in September, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  149. Clare, Inc. ($1M to $10M)

    Clare, Inc. is a supplier of high-voltage ICs, solid-state relays, mixed-signal ASICs and drivers.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $2.3M raised in April, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  151. Stargazer Pharmaceuticals (Less than $1M)

    Stargazer Pharmaceuticals is a pharmaceutical company that offers the therapy of standards disorder and manufacturer of pharmaceuticals products. It's also a Manufacturer of pharmaceuticals. The company is currently operating in Stealth mode.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $57M raised in November, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  153. Persimmon Technologies ($1M to $10M)

    Persimmon Technologies, Corporation is a technology company and provider of robotics for the Semiconductor, Data Storage, LED, OLED, Solar, and Flat Panel Display equipment markets. Persimmon Technologies is headquartered in Wakefield, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $3M raised in October, 2016
    • 2 founders
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  155. OMNIlife science ($50M to $100M)

    OMNIlife science, Inc. was founded in 1999 as an organization committed to the design, manufacture and distribution of high quality orthopaedic devices. Their corporate headquarters are located in Massachusetts.

    • $50M to $100M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $4M raised in July, 2015
    • 2 founders
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  157. Poly6 Technologies (Less than $1M)

    Poly6's intelligent materials digitize scaled manufacturing to advance engineering design capabilities and system efficiency for established production processes. Coming out of MIT's Langer Lab, Poly6 bridges gaps between theoretical design and practical manufacturing, enabling the production of more complex components, improved tolerance control and overall higher efficiency of end-user systems. In certain verticals, this digitization reduces costs in established manufacturing sectors by as much as 30% while avoiding both regulatory and new material specification complications. Poly6 was established in 2016.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $5.1M raised in April, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  159. T. Bear, Inc. ($1M to $10M)

    T. Bear, Inc. is a licensed cannabis manufacturing company focused on providing premium products to retailers. T. Bear Inc. will provide the safest, most dependable products on the market today, and lead the way forward through innovation, consumer insight, and constant improvement.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.9M raised in August, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  161. Tecogen ($10M to $50M)

    Tecogen is a manufacturer of natural-gas-fueled, engine-driven, combined heat and power products. It aims to reduce energy costs, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and alleviate congestion on the national power grid. Tecogen’s ultra-efficient products include cogeneration modules, which provide electricity and heat, and chillers, which provide air-conditioning and optional free hot water. Tecogen’s products supply electrical power or mechanical power for cooling, as well as free engine heat that gets recovered and purposefully used at customer facilities. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $5M raised in August, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  163. SciAps ($1M to $10M)

    SciAps is a Boston-based portable analytical instrumentation company that offers field-hardened and portable analytical instruments that measure compounds, minerals, and elements. They are dedicated to inventing, engineering, providing, and servicing field-hardened, portable instruments to measure any compound, any mineral, any element anyplace on the planet. It was founded in 2012 and headquartered in Woburn, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $7.4M raised in February, 2018
    • 3 founders
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  165. Organogenesis ($100M to $500M)

    Organogenesis Inc. is a leading regenerative medicine company with the unique skill set to take complex, living therapies from research and development (R&D), through manufacturing, to successful commercialization to reach patients today. As a pioneer in the field of regenerative medicine, Organogenesis received the first FDA approval of a living, allogeneic, cell based product (Apligraf®, approved for the treatment of venous leg ulcers). Apligraf is now the leading regenerative medicine product in the world, with two FDA-approved indications. In 2012 we received an FDA approval for GINTUIT™, a living, human cell-based product that represents a new therapeutic class in dentistry.

    • $100M to $500M annual revenues
    • 501-1000 employees
    • $100M raised in March, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  167. Digital Alloys ($1M to $10M)

    Digital Alloys develops high-speed, multi-metal additive manufacturing systems that print production quality parts, in almost any metal, at a fraction of the cost of other systems, making metal 3D metal printing economical for a greatly expanded mix of applications. Digital Alloys metal 3D printers have the unique ability to mix multiple metals in a solid part, enabling customers to push the limits of design and create new products with optimized thermal, electrical, magnetic, and mechanical properties. It was formed in January 2017 as a spinout from the NVLabs division of New Valence Robotics, Inc. (NVBOTS). The company is led by an experienced management team, and backed by Khosla Ventures. Digital Alloys is based in Burlington, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $12.9M raised in August, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  169. Quaise- The Engine (Less than $1M)

    Quaise is an energy company pioneering millimeter wave drilling technology to access deep geothermal energy. Quaise is developing and commercializing novel millimeter wave drilling systems to harness geothermal energy around the globe, overcoming the geographic constraints limiting this energy source today.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $6M raised in June, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  171. Tego ($10M to $50M)

    Tego is a complete solution for asset tracking and data management, at the edge. Tego's asset intelligence platform (AIP) embeds intelligence on any product or asset enabling digitization of information related to the asset, whether that be lifecycle history, regulatory and process compliance, or integrity data. Information is at the organization’s fingertips, for operational intelligence, process optimization, and new revenue models. It also provides manufacturers the capability to easily and securely embed and manage critical data and information directly on any physical thing, object, product, or asset. Tego is providing complete asset tracking, supply chain, and lifecycle management solutions and edge intelligence in both disconnected and inhospitable environmental conditions. The integrated hardware-software platform provides unique data reporting capabilities across the asset’s entire life cycle—even in the most extreme and inhospitable environments.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $6M raised in November, 2015
    • 3 founders
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  173. Freebird Semiconductor ($1M to $10M)

    Freebird Semiconductor is a manufacturer of high-reliability GaN HEMTs. It operates in the technology industry. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is based in North Andover, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.5M raised in December, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  175. SECOS Group Limited ($1M to $10M)

    SECOS Group Limited is a leader in sustainable packaging and was formed through the merger of Cardia Bioplastics and Stellar Films Group in April 2015. It develops, manufactures and markets its proprietary high quality cast films and patented renewable resource-based materials and finished products derived from its proprietary technology for the global packaging and plastic products industries.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $2M raised in November, 2017
    • 3 founders
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  177. Modelo (Less than $1M)

    Modelo design and development communication platform created for the architecture, engineering and construction industries. Modelo offers two solutions: a presentation platform to help you present CAD files in 3D, VR, and tour panoramic images. Our second, and more comprehensive product, is a Design Asset Management (DAM) platform. Our DAM solution includes all of Modelo's presentation features, as well as additional functionality, including Building Information Modeling (BIM) data, to help you connect workflows, manage design assets, conduct design reviews, and present your vision in a sharable, secure, online environment.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $2.3M raised in November, 2016
    • 2 founders
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  178. WindESCo ($1M to $10M)

    Windesco is an energy company thadt psecializes in prioviding hardware and software solutions for wind-power assets. The company uses proprietary algorithms to optimize asset performance and extend asset life, providing a unique value proposition in the wind industry. Windesco was founded in 2014 and headquartered in Massachusetts, United States.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $10M raised in January, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  180. New Valence Robotics Corporation ($1M to $10M)

    NVBOTS® creates automated, enterprise 3D printing solutions that fix industry’s toughest problems. Entirely dedicated to disruptive innovation, their research and development program NVLABS has recently developed the only 3D printing technology that can print multiple metals in the same build, supporting a growing list of metals that includes stainless steel, titanium, nickel, copper nickel, aluminum, zirconium, silver and palladium. Users also print at ultra-high speeds — over 10 times faster than existing solutions — and at a significant cost advantage. Every day, their customers benefit from their easy-to-use and easy-to-share printing capabilities. Their flagship product, the NVPro™, is the world’s first end-to-end 3D printing solution with patented automated part removal. Essentially an automated factory in a box, the NVPro™ runs continuously, 24-7 from any device when paired with the NVBOTS® cloud-based interface.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2.3M raised in August, 2016
    • 4 founders
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  182. Massachusetts Materials Technologies (Less than $1M)

    Massachusetts Materials Technologies is an MIT spin-off dedicated to providing the support and resources required to develop innovative ideas into commercial products and technologies relating to the fields of materials, mechanics, and manufacturing. The company was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.8M raised in January, 2017
    • 2 founders
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  183. Rize Inc. ($100M to $500M)

    Rize has developed a new, unique, game changing 3D printer technology with the following results: -Homogeneous strength in X,Y and Z -Surface finish equal to Injection molding -Full color capabilities -Variable hardness -Easy support removal -Automatic file fixing software -The system will be a desktop solution that professionals can use in their office environment

    • $100M to $500M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $10M raised in November, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  185. VionX Energy ($10M to $50M)

    VionX Energy is an energy company manufacturing power and energy storage products to deliver long run-time and cost-competitive operation. The company's system delivers unrivaled Levelized Cost of Storage at discharge durations greater than 4 hours due to low capital and operating cost and a product life of over 20 years with no performance degradation. It also focuses on renewables integration, EV charging, industrial and commercial micro grinds, and grind applications. The VIONX VNX product family employs a modular architecture based on 1 MW power and 2 MWh energy building blocks that have been engineered to meet grid reliability standards and have undergone significant durability testing demonstrating up to 40 years of stack life. VionX Energy was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Woburn, Massachusetts, United States.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $26M raised in June, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  187. Emphysys ($10M to $50M)

    Emphysys provides technology and custom product solutions that improve performance and reliability of complex products and processes with special focus on the semiconductor capital equipment and medical devices market. Emphysys offers a wide range of proven services including technical consulting, characterization tools for complex processes, and technology/new product development.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $8.3M raised in December, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  189. ZSFab ($10M to $50M)

    ZSFab dedicates to provide modeling optimization and 3D printing of patient specific surgical guide & biocompatible, biomechanical fit implants, surgical guides and anatomical models.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.3M raised in May, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  191. 99degrees Custom ($1M to $10M)

    99C manufactures build-to-order apparel for the growing me-commerce market and serves as an economic mobility bridge for the local workforce in Lawrence and Lowell. It provides quick-turn performance activewear production, advanced concept incubation, and wearable technology integration for global and emerging brands.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.8M raised in October, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  193. Arriba Technologies (Less than $1M)

    Arriba Technologies is at the leading edge of Battery Energy Storage and DC Microgrid systems design. Their technology incorporates the latest Internet of Things functionality and is designed for Near Zero Carbon Buildings and Cities.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.3M raised in February, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  195. Oasys Water ($10M to $50M)

    Oasys (Osmotic Application Systems) is a privately held Boston, MA based company developing a suite of proprietary energy and resource recovery products to address the growing, global water crisis. Engineered Osmosisâ„¢ (EOâ„¢) is a platform for reducing cost in the production of clean water, power and energy through more efficient and sustainable utilization of resources.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $4M raised in March, 2017
    • 2 founders
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  197. OnPoint Surgical (Less than $1M)

    OnPoint Surgical is a manufacturer of medical equipment.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.2M raised in November, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  199. Cambridge Electronics ($1M to $10M)

    Cambridge Electronics is manufacturer of transistors and power electronic circuits created to develop computers and cell phones.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2.6M raised in February, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  201. Windgap Medical (Less than $1M)

    WindGap Medical is a biotech company that manufactures medical devices used to treat patients with severe allergies. The company develops auto-injectors that are filled with heat-stable epinephrine that enable physicians to inject it into a patient suffering from anaphylaxis due to an acute allergy attack. The company was established in 2011 and is headquartered in Somerville, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $3.2M raised in January, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  203. Boston Dynamics ($50M to $100M)

    Boston Dynamics is an engineering company that specializes in building dynamic robots and software for human simulation. The company began as a spin-off from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where National Academy of Engineering member Marc Raibert and his colleagues first developed robots that ran and maneuvered like animals. Organizations worldwide, from DARPA, the US Army, Navy and Marine Corps to Sony Corporation turn to Boston Dynamics for advice and for help creating the most advanced robots on Earth. In addition, Boston Dynamics is the home of DI-Guy, real-time Human Simulation, and Artificial Intelligence software, the leading solution in the VizSim market.

    • $50M to $100M annual revenues
    • 251-500 employees
    • $37M raised in February, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  205. Pendar Technologies (Less than $1M)

    Pendar is a privately held company that specializes in advancing intelligent chemistry systems. It fuses innovative hardware with machine learning algorithms guided by expert knowledge of molecular spectroscopy.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.4M raised in January, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  207. Samsonite ($500M to $1B)

    Samsonite International S.A., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the design, manufacture, sourcing, and distribution of travel, business, and casual luggage primarily under the Samsonite, American Tourister, High Sierra, and Hartmann brand names. It offers luggage, business and computer bags, outdoor and casual bags, and travel accessories.

    • $500M to $1B annual revenues
    • 5001-10000 employees
    • $2.1M raised in August, 2016
    • 1 founder
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  209. Illuminate Labs (Less than $1M)

    Illuminate Labs is a dietary supplement manufacturer that's revolutionizing transparency in the industry. We test every batch of finished products at a third-party lab for potency and contaminants. Once testing clears, we publish these third-party test results on each product page so consumers can see the tests themselves.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in March, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  211. Hstar Technologies ($1M to $10M)

    Founded in 2007 by leading MIT roboticists, Hstar Technologies Corporation pursues groundbreaking robotics research and development with the support of private investors and more than $7 million in grants from the U.S. Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. Hstar develops industry-leading robots to enhance automation quality in warehouse, healthcare and research settings, making improvements in the areas of automation intelligence, safety, flexibility and human productivity. Hstar's team is comprised of innovative, highly trained robotics engineers with more than thirty years of collective robotics development experience, including work with the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence (CSAIL) Laboratory, development of telerobotic surgery and artificial limb / biomimetic robot technology, and autonomous robotic systems.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in January, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  213. Relayr ($50M to $100M)

    relayr is a rapidly-growing IoT company providing enterprise middleware and IoT solutions for the digital transformation of industries. As a thought leader in enterprise IoT, relayr enables interoperability through industrial-grade platforms. Their software enables comprehensive data analytics and management, empowering businesses to create new solutions and revenue streams with data collected from any device, through any connectivity, throughout any IT ecosystem.

    • $50M to $100M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $30M raised in February, 2018
    • 4 founders
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  215. Atomera (Less than $1M)

    Atomera is an engineering company that focused on the development and commercialization of industrial fabrication environment. It offers performance benefits beyond and in most cases additive to those provided by already successful semiconductor performance technologies. It was founded in 2001 and headquartered in Newton, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $6M raised in April, 2016
    • 1 founder
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  217. Bose ($1B to $10B)

    Bose is is a research company that develops sound solutions for entertainment, home audio, aviation, and automotive industries. The company products portfolio includes wave systems, headphones and headsets, home cinema and sound devices and accessories for TV, Bluetooth and iPod speakers, Wi-Fi music systems, computer speakers, environmental speakers, and more. Bose offers testing solutions for engineered materials, biomaterials, and medical devices. The company also offers professional sound systems for auditoriums, hotels, performance centers, places of worship, restaurants, retail businesses, schools, stadiums, and other venues; loudspeakers, controllers, and accessories for the stage; automotive sound systems for sports cars, sedans, SUVs, trucks, and compacts; wave systems and accessories for home and office; noise cancelling, audio, and aviation headsets; mobile solutions; home theater systems, stereo speakers, iPod speakers, and computer speakers; and digital music solutions. Wave music systems, digital music systems, around-ear headphones, and multimedia speaker systems are some of the products offered by Bose for the education industry. Its engineered audio solutions can be integrated with existing technologies or installed as stand-alone sound systems in classrooms, meeting rooms, auditoriums, gymnasiums, and performance centers. True to Life is a theatre show produced by Bose that includes original music, clips from major motion pictures, and inspired images. Bose was founded in 1964 by Dr. Amar G. Bose and is based in Massachusetts, United States with operations in Europe, Canada, Australia, Asia, and South America.

    • $1B to $10B annual revenues
    • 10001+ employees
    • $0.4M raised in November, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  219. BloomBoss (Less than $1M)

    LED Grow Lights have reached a new high with BloomBoss. After years in development and close collaboration with professional growers throughout North America, they have engineered a grow light technology that will help you craft healthier, sweeter, more resin-infused plants.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.8M raised in May, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  221. Access Vascular (Less than $1M)

    Access Vascular has developed a disruptive technology using a novel material process intended to significantly reduce the blood component accumulation (thrombosis or blood clotting) that leads to occlusions and infections. Over the last three years, Access Vascular’s technology has demonstrated the potential for superior clinical outcomes and lower healthcare costs compared with existing technologies. For patients, their solutions are predicted to decrease morbidity, shorten hospital stays, advance treatment, and minimize pain. Their technology has the potential to address a range of clinical needs in a variety of indications. Access Vascular is focused initially on launching their HydroPICC, a peripherally inserted central catheter with superior material performance over the current lagging technology. Access Vascular was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $6M raised in September, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  223. Tyca (Less than $1M)

    Tyca manufactures embossed denim, cotton, and leather apparel and accessories with three-dimensional visual impact. Its look can be produced on denim, fleece, leather, vinyl, canvas, and many other materials. Tyca's detail, dimension, and definition are the hallmark of the embossing process. Tyca was founded in 1978 and is headquartered in Clinton, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.5M raised in December, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  225. AndrosRobotics (Less than $1M)

    AndrosRobotics is a commerce and shopping company based in Boston, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.2M raised in July, 2016
    • 1 founder
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  227. SolidEnergy Systems ($1M to $10M)

    SolidEnergy manufactures rechargeable cells at a pilot scale for prototype demonstration and specialized aerospace markets. But their real future lies in the materials they supply—anodes and electrolyte—for mainstream markets such as consumer electronics and electric vehicles. They supply these to large Li-ion cell manufacturers to be integrated with a separator and cathode into full cells which can be customized for different applications including drones, consumer electronics, and electric vehicles. Because their anode and electrolyte materials are compatible with existing Li-ion cell manufacturing processes, they can achieve scalability by using existing infrastructure. This eliminates the need for costly infrastructure investment. It’s all part of their open ecosystem. It means a more seamless end-user experience, faster prototyping, and no limits to growth.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $28.9M raised in November, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  229. Bluejay Diagnostics ($10M to $50M)

    Bluejay Diagnostics, Inc. develops, manufactures and markets easy-to-use, point-of-care medical diagnostics tests. The company offers multiple FDA-Cleared non-invasive, affordable products, including the Allereye® Tear Total IgE Test used to aid in the diagnosis of allergic conjunctivitis, and a urine-based HIV-1 screening test and a HIV-1 confirmatory test. Bluejay, headquartered in Acton, Massachusetts, continues to leverage its innovate, proprietary platform to develop new products for underserved diagnostic markets.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.9M raised in April, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  231. Veloxint ($1M to $10M)

    Veloxint provides high performance products and parts enabled by our novel nano crystalline metal alloys. Veloxint is commercializing high value products and parts enabled by novel nanocrystalline (NC) metal alloys with transformational properties. The technology is based on fundamental science developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) by the research group of Professor Chris Schuh. These new nanocrystalline metal alloys offer extraordinary strengths, typically 2-5x those of traditional alloys made from the same input metals, and are designed from the atomic level up for thermodynamic stability to enable long-term stable operation even at elevated temperatures.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.9M raised in November, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  233. OpenBOM (TM) - Newman Cloud, Inc ($1M to $10M)

    Newman Cloud, Inc is offers a cloud-based BOM management and production planning tool for manufacturing companies & supply chain. The company distributes the product under the brand name OpenBOM. The product includes features such as ability to track bills of materials records and revisions, viewing history of changes to a bills of materials, flexible bills of materials configuration with fully customizable properties, sharing bills of materials with team, manufacturers, and suppliers, simultaneous bills of materials editing across organizational and geographic boundaries, tracking part usage across multiple bills of materials, Integration with MCAD and ECAD tools to import bills of materials and changes.OpenBOM allows to go from engineering bill of materials to production and purchasing in a integrated workflow.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $4M raised in July, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  235. Intrinsic Therapeutics ($10M to $50M)

    Intrinsic Therapeutics is a medical device company that develops therapies for treating disc herniations in the spine for discectomy patients. It offers Barricaid anular prosthesis that allows the direct reconstruction of weakened and ruptured annulus and soft tissues of the spine. The company also offers spinal implants to treat the causes of sciatica and low back pain. It serves surgeons and patients. The company was formerly known as Intrinsic Orthopedics and changed its name to Intrinsic Therapeutics in January 2003. Intrinsic Therapeutics was founded in 2000 and is based in Woburn, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $52M raised in April, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  236. Rewalk Robotics ($1M to $10M)

    Rewalk Robotics, formerly Argo Medical Technologies develops, manufactures, and markets a walking system for persons with lower limb disabilities namely ReWalk. Its products include ReWalk Rehabilitation System and ReWalk Personal System. ReWalk Rehabilitation System allows walking, standing, sitting, and the capacity to ascend or descend stairs in the rehab center environment. The ReWalk Personal System is designed for everyday use in a range of environments. It can be used at home, work, or other locations and it functions outdoors and on different surfaces or terrains. The ReWalk Personal System allows sitting, standing, and turning as well as offers the ability to climb and descend stairs. The company changes the quality of life for individuals with lower limb disability by developing robotic technologies. Rewalk Robotics was founded on 2001 and is based in Marlborough, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $9M raised in July, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  238. Ministry of Supply (Less than $1M)

    Ministry of Supply is creating a new category of clothing, performance professional performance clothes for the workday. It uses an innovative materials and purposeful design to solve the everyday problems that traditional clothing presents. It was founded in 2012 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.4M raised in March, 2018
    • 4 founders
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  240. Lamplighter Brewing (Less than $1M)

    Lamplighter Brewing is a distillery company that focuses on manufacturing aroma-packed and flavor-driven beers. It specializes in the fields of manufacturing, retail, and distribution of beers. It was founded in 2014 and headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $0.2M raised in March, 2015
    • 2 founders
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  241. Luminopia (Less than $1M)

    Luminopia has created an unparalleled, proprietary treatment device that is safe, fun, and fast in order to improve both vision and quality of life. The company offers treatment for eyes using virtual reality and promotes binocular vision by ensuring that the user sees the content with both eyes.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $11.1M raised in December, 2019
    • 3 founders
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  243. SLIPS Technologies ($1M to $10M)

    SLIPS Technologies (slipstechnologies.com) is the leader in providing customized solutions for sticky problems in materials. We create highly-repellent slippery surfaces for customers in all industries including: energy, packaging, consumer, automotive and environmental. Our portfolio of pioneering and award-winning technologies and our years of know-how were created at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and the Harvard University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $5.7M raised in June, 2017
    • 2 founders
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  245. Quantum Technology Group (Less than $1M)

    The Quantum technology Group's patent portfolio establishes broad implications for utilization by a wide variety of industries. Our technology represents university based research patents that now are exclusively licensed to QTG. The products QTG produces are in critical demand by industry and represnt the platform of core technology they require. our capabilities produce a nontoxic alternative for current manufacturers. we currently meet RoHS standard Sand Green Leaf Certifications.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.5M raised in August, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  247. LiquiGlide ($1M to $10M)

    LiquiGlide is a viable technology that allows viscous liquids to slide effortlessly. LiquiGlide is the first company to create permanently wet slippery surfaces. There is no other durable solution that makes viscous liquids slide easily.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $16M raised in January, 2017
    • 4 founders
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  249. InstantEye Robotics (Less than $1M)

    InstantEye Robotics is a division of Physical Sciences Inc., both located in Andover Massachusetts, approximately a half-hour north of Boston. InstantEye Robotics’ tactical, unmanned aerial systems (UAS) are the systems of choice by the military, law enforcement, first responder, and commercial users around the world. Our products are characterized by their affordability, ruggedness, and ease of use. We provide full-spectrum solutions, from initial concepts through to products manufactured in our state-of-the-art production facility.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.3M raised in January, 2021
    • 2 founders
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  251. Tulip Interfaces (Less than $1M)

    Tulip is a provider Industrial IoT and advanced analytics to the manufacturing workforce through its app platform. This revolutionary self-service technology fills the gap between rigid back-end manufacturing IT systems and the dynamic operations taking place on the shop floor. Tulip’s Manufacturing App Platform combines research in intelligent hardware sensors, computer vision, assistive user interfaces and applied machine learning. Tulip was launched to bring these latest technological developments from the lab to the factory floor. Today, Tulip’s Manufacturing App Platform is deployed at dozens of global customers in six countries across multiple industries including Electronics, Aerospace & Defense, Medical Devices, Footwear, Pharmaceuticals, and Contract Manufacturing.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $21.1M raised in September, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  253. Nantero ($10M to $50M)

    Nantero is a next-generation memory technology that, packs massive amounts of storage and is nonvolatile. Its main focus is the commercial introduction of NRAM – a high-density high-speed nonvolatile random access storage device. The applications for the nonvolatile RAM Nantero is developing include smartphones, tablets, enterprise systems, notebook and desktop computers, as well as applications in the automotive and industrial arena. NRAM can be manufactured for both standalone and embedded memory applications. Nantero is also working with licensees on the development of additional applications of Nantero’s core nanotube-based technology.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $3.9M raised in February, 2020
    • 3 founders
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  255. 1366 Technologies ($10M to $50M)

    1366 Technologies is a manufacturer of silicon wafers used to deliver solar modules. The company's silicon wafers leverage existing billion-dollar cell and module investments, enabling businesses to get a long-term, differentiated product roadmap. It was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $18M raised in December, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  257. MSW Power (Less than $1M)

    MSW Power engages in the collection and disposal of refuse systems. Its mission is to provide customers with environmentally beneficial and economically attractive solutions to their energy and environmental needs

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in January, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  259. Boston Power ($10M to $50M)

    Boston-Power has developed the Sonata technology platform, which is a battery they say charges faster, lasts longer, performs better and is safer than what's currently on the market. The technology will be used in many consumer electronic devices including laptops, PDAs and mobile phones. In January of 2008, Boston-Power announced a new partnership with Chinese battery manufacturer GP Batteries to step up production of Sonata batteries.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $20M raised in February, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  261. RenalGuard Solutions ($1M to $10M)

    Our newest product, RenalGuard®, has been developed to help prevent the onset of contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN) in at-risk patients undergoing certain imaging procedures. It is already approved for sale in the EU for general fluid balancing. Two investigator-sponsored European studies have demonstrated RenalGuard's effectiveness at preventing CIN. RenalGuard is being studied in a pivotal trial in the U.S., as required for approval by the FDA.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $7M raised in September, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  263. American Stonecraft, Inc. ($10M to $50M)

    American Stonecraft is a Benefit Corporation partnered with nearly 100 farms to prove that where a stone comes from is as interesting as the geology inside. Whether you are gifting or receiving a product from American Stonecraft, we offer the luxury of sustainably sourced stone, and the uniqueness to pick your own rock to send us to work on. We also transform hand gathered stones into value-added products that benefit our suppliers by sharing beautiful geology, as products that hadn't existed before. American Stonecraft goods are handmade with custom tools in Lowell, Massachusetts, sold in our Boston shop and stores across the United States, or online. Contact us to learn more about our business programs for restaurants, farms, or affiliate programs.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in September, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  265. TelAztec ($10M to $50M)

    TelAztec is a consumer electronics company based in Burlington, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.3M raised in January, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  267. Leading Edge Equipment Technologies ($10M to $50M)

    Leading Edge Crystal Technologies is a developer of kerfless, single crystal silicon wafers intended to be used in solar panels with higher efficiency and lower cost that fit into existing module manufacturing processes without any changes.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $8.4M raised in October, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  269. DetraPel ($1M to $10M)

    DetraPel is a consumer goods company based in Framingham, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1M raised in September, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  271. Kuva Systems f/k/a MultiSensor Scientific (Less than $1M)

    MultiSensor Scientific offers a non-thermal optical gas imaging camera platform for detection. Its services focus on gas detection, identification, and safety. The company is currently working on is developing a machine vision software and sensing platform for creating color images of gas leaks across leak inspection and gas safety industries. MultiSensor Scientific was founded in 2015 and headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2.2M raised in March, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  273. Barrett Technology ($1M to $10M)

    Since 1990, Barrett Technology has pioneered core technology underlying new levels of flexibility in articulated arms and hands. Today, Barrett is the leader in advanced robotic manipulators, earning a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for its advanced manipulator technology. Barrett provides an unmatched degree of versatility to support the broadest array of applications.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.3M raised in July, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  275. Bio2 Technologies ($1M to $10M)

    Bio2 Technologies (Woburn, MA) is a privately-held medical device company applying CLM™, a propriety Cross-Linked Microstructure fiber bonding process, to produce a range of biocompatible materials with broad application in musculoskeletal clinical practice. Along with offering superior mechanical and biological properties, CLM Technology allows the use of rapid, low cost component fabrication methods.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $4.3M raised in September, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  277. Giner Electrochemical Systems ($10M to $50M)

    Giner Electrochemical Systems, LLC (GES) is a subsidiary of Giner, Inc., established May 2000, as an arms-length alliance between Giner, Inc. and General Motors Corporation (GM). GES is an independent business, majority-owned, controlled and operated by Giner, Inc. The alliance with GM allows us to help develop commercially-viable fuel cells for the next generation of transportation and stationary power systems. GES is also focused on the development and commercialization of related electrochemical technologies, including electrolyzers, sensors and capacitors for a range of applications.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $0.1M raised in March, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  279. Desktop Metal ($1M to $10M)

    Desktop Metal is reinventing the way design and manufacturing teams produce and 3D print metal parts - from prototyping through mass production. The team is built around the disciplines of materials science, hardware and software engineering, and design. They have raised $97 million in equity funding with investment from technology leaders including Google, BMW, Lowe’s, and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Located just outside of Boston we are assembling a team of experts and are looking to hire curious and driven engineers, scientists, and designers.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $275M raised in August, 2020
    • 8 founders
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  281. Energy & Resource Solutions ($10M to $50M)

    ERS serves clients nationally and internationally from offices across North America, providing services in energy program design, outreach, implementation, evaluation, and measurement and verification, as well as custom feasibility studies and sustainable development. Their solutions help improve efficiency, maximize economic competitiveness, and minimize environmental impacts. Their staff includes professional engineers, certified energy managers, and LEED-accredited professionals who stay abreast of the latest advancements in energy efficiency technology and cost-saving techniques. Their staff’s expertise spans lighting, cooling, heating, demand response, energy storage, and distributed generation.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $3.5M raised in June, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  283. ConnectM Technology Solutions ($10M to $50M)

    A full stack platform for remote asset monitoring and control, along with a proprietary AI Assistant to help carry out common maintain, repair and install functions. Using ConnectM technology, equipment manufacturers enjoy actionable data gathered by their equipment, asset owners can intelligently protect their investments, and equipment service providers can boost their on-the-job efficiency by 400%. With over 180K connected assets across several light machinery industries, ConnectM is leading the charge to provide remote insight, efficiency, and control.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $2.9M raised in August, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  285. Corindus ($10M to $50M)

    Corindus designs, manufactures, and commercializes remote robotic systems for interventional procedures. The company's products include CorPath, which enables physicians to perform catheterization procedures from a remote location away from the radiation zone. The company was formerly known as Navicath, Ltd. Corindus was founded in 2002 and is based in Waltham, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $15M raised in February, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  287. Renew Energy Partners (Less than $1M)

    Renew Energy Partners is a company committed to addressing the challenges of climate change by accelerating the adoption of sustainable-power and energy-efficiency solutions. The company has raised a multi-million-dollar fund from “impact investors,” which it uses, in combination with its turnkey services and industry partnerships, to fully finance and execute sustainable power and energy-efficiency projects for building owners and businesses. For more information about Renew Energy Partners.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.3M raised in March, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  289. RedShift BioAnalytics ($10M to $50M)

    RedShiftBio provides an infrared technology with advanced data analytics to facilitate better, faster decision making in biopharmaceutical development from discovery to market via the direct measurement of previously undetectable change in protein structural attributes critical to drug product efficacy and quality. It has developed a Microfluidic Modulation Spectroscopy (MMS) platform in response to a customer’s request for a better solution, and rather than repurpose outdated tools and methods designed originally for other applications. They started a new and developed MMS from the ground up specifically with the protein scientist in mind. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $18M raised in January, 2020
    • 4 founders
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  291. Soft Robotics ($10M to $50M)

    The business end of a robotic arm is the gripper. The March 2105 edition of Modern Materials Handling best describes the challenge when they wrote: “Perhaps more than any other element of robotic development in warehousing and distribution, the end-of-arm tooling, or gripper, is the place that can make or break a robot’s success.” Advancing gripper technology is the key to unlocking a new age of automation. An age where they can automate tote pick and pack for grocery distribution, bin picking of soft and delicate parts, e-commerce order fulfillment, fruit harvesting, luggage handling, and consumer goods packaging. The US fresh produce packing market alone represents a $27 billion retail market searching for automation solutions. Soft Robotics has demonstrated the ability to bring robotic product handling and packaging to this market. These are problems of adaptability, complexity, and cost. The search for a more adaptable gripper has driven up the complexity of design to devices like servo grippers and complicated tool changing requirements. This complexity comes at a high price in gripper cost, the need for larger arms, and complex software and hardware integration. Their revolutionary soft robotic technology, covered by more than 40 patents and applications, enables us to design and manufacture soft robotic hands that address the new unstructured world of automation and logistics. Through their propriety knowledge of actuator geometry, material selection, and operating envelope, they can tune actuators to be force limiting with NO CLOSED LOOP FEEDBACK system required. Soft Robotics brings the highest level of adaptability, while lowering system complexity and total system cost. The adaptive nature of their technology allows a single grasper to handle an unprecedented range of objects, regardless of shape, size, or weight, with no tool or software changes between cycles. We’ve demonstrated the ability to grasp bags of rice, raw food, bars of soap, boxes of toothpaste, and clothing all with a single device. But soft does not mean weak. Their technology has the ability to scale from the smallest to the largest task. The result is an automation solution that can pack a tote for retail distribution, pick fruit off the vine, or easily handle a ten pound kettle bell. They have demonstrated the speed and precision necessary to integrate into the factories and warehouses of today and the future, operating at speeds up to 130 picks per minute.Their system is plug and play with the most common industrial robots using industry standard protocols and vision systems.They have designed the system to be “robot and vision agnostic,” allowing the system to quickly and seamlessly integrate with the full range of robots, from small collaborative systems to high speed industrial packing cells. Soft Robotics launched their industrial product at Automate 2015 in March 2015, Their produce handling system in June 2015, and started shipping in June 2015. They are now selling systems to their pilot customers. Soft Robotics is foundational technology that solves the problems of today and unlocks the future of automation.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $23M raised in January, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  293. Fortify ($1M to $10M)

    3DFortify is an advanced manufacturing startup that aims to disrupt additive manufacturing, ushering in a new generation of custom, high performance products. We have developed a patented process that combines 3D printing and magnetics to create aligned reinforced carbon fiber composites.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $10M raised in July, 2019
    • 3 founders
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  294. NextShift Robotics (Less than $1M)

    NextShift Robotics is a Massachusetts based startup. NextShift Robotics is a Massachusetts based company that offers an e-commerce order fulfillment and manufacturing solution using autonomous mobile robots developed specifically to address the needs of your accelerated order fulfillment while extending the capacity of your existing warehouse. NextShift's solution addresses all your top concerns: • Flexible – works with your existing infrastructure supporting changing business demands • Labor Assist – works with your pickers minimizing labor challenges • Increases Capacity – is efficient and extends the capacity of your facility • Item Validation - Using order item verification, reduces warehouse return rates • Dynamic – Adjusts for your pickers and orders’ schedules in real time NextShift’s competitive advantage is a unique, more efficient work flow. Our system offers rapid deployment, low maintenance, and is built for demanding warehouse conditions. Our team contains experts in material handling, robotics and warehouse automation.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.5M raised in July, 2017
    • 2 founders
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  296. CyberX ($1M to $10M)

    Funded by Norwest Venture Partners, Qualcomm Ventures and other leading venture firms, CyberX delivers the only cybersecurity platform built by blue-team experts with a track record of defending critical national infrastructure. That difference is the foundation for the most widely deployed platform for continuously reducing IoT/OT risk and preventing costly outages, safety and environmental incidents, theft of intellectual property, and operational inefficiencies. For more information, visit CyberX.io or follow @CyberX_Labs.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $18M raised in March, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  298. Renovia ($1M to $10M)

    Renovia produces medical devices that seek to alleviate incontinence in women. It offers diagnostic and therapeutic devices for women with pelvic floor disorders. Marc Beer, Ramon Iglesias, and Yolanda Lorié founded Renovia in 2016. Its headquarters is in Boston in Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $5M raised in October, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  299. ThreeMain (Less than $1M)

    Let's create healthier homes and a healthier planet, together - without the plastic. Our Starter Kit makes it easy to make a difference! Receive each of the products below, order refills as you go, and contribute to our mission toward a more sustainable future.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1M raised in January, 2019
    • 3 founders
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  301. Boxologic ($1M to $10M)

    Boxologic is a robotic instant random-size packaging solution that uses cutting-edge technology to create the right-size box instantly for e-commerce fulfillment. Using today’s standard technology, the average shipped e-commerce package contains 40% void space, resulting in, at a minimum, a 60% increase in void filler use, a 15% increase in corrugated fiberboard use, and a 20% increase in transportation costs. With Boxologic, boxes can be created on demand, in any size, with a minimal footprint and with just one SKU of corrugated fiberboard (CF). Boxologic robots require zero human intervention and create the lowest waste-rate in the industry.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in July, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  303. Katahdin Industries (Less than $1M)

    Katahdin Industries is a company that provides high-tolerance coating applications and specialized metal finishing technology. Headquartered in Hudson, Massachusetts, with operations in Woonsocket, and Alajuela, Costa Rica, Katahdin has earned an industry reputation as an innovative, high-quality supplier. The company's technical and product development expertise, strong facilities, and problem-solving culture have resulted in a track record of successful partnerships with its customers.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $1.3M raised in March, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  305. Rethink Robotics ($10M to $50M)

    Rethink Robotics helps manufacturers meet the challenges of an agile economy with an integrated workforce, combining trainable, safe and cost-effective robots with skilled labor. Its Baxter robot, driven by Intera, an advanced software platform, gives world-class manufacturers and distributors in automotive, plastics, consumer goods, electronics and more, a workforce multiplier that optimizes labor. With Rethink Robotics, manufacturers increase flexibility, lower costs and can invest in skilled labor—all advantages in fueling continuous innovation and sustainable competitive advantage. Committed to accelerating robotics innovation in manufacturing and beyond, Rethink Robotics’ Baxter Research Robot gives academic and corporate research environments a humanoid robot platform with integrated sensors and an open software development kit for creating custom applications. Based in Boston, Massachusetts, the company is funded by Bezos Expeditions, Charles River Ventures, Highland Capital Partners, Sigma Partners, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and Two Sigma Ventures.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $18M raised in August, 2017
    • 2 founders
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  307. Solchroma Technologies ($1M to $10M)

    Solchroma Technologies is a venture-back company that builds full color, reflective digital displays for the smart cities of the future. They have developed a proprietary system of electroactive polymer actuators, configured as hydraulic pumps, that move colored ink from reservoirs behind a pixel surface into separate, viewable color filter chambers. Ambient light is selectively absorbed through layered CMY color filters and reflected back to the viewer, where greyscale is achieved by varying the amount of CMY ink in view.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $2.6M raised in June, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  309. POW Audio (Less than $1M)

    POW Audio is a consumer electronics company that specializes in the fields of manufacturing, distribution, and sales of Bluetooth speakers. POW Audio is reimagining Bluetooth speaker construction and capabilities through its expandable, ultra-portable designs.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.4M raised in March, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  311. Feature Labs ($1M to $10M)

    Feature Labs builds tools and APIs for data science and feature engineering automation. The startup, with roots in research begun at MIT, was founded by Max Kanter, Kalyan Veeramachaneni and Ben Schreck. Feature Labs products have their roots in research by its founders at MIT’s Computer Science and AI Lab at MIT, also known as CSAIL.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.5M raised in February, 2018
    • 3 founders
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  313. FRX Polymers ($1M to $10M)

    FRX Polymers is an industrial company that manufactures Nofia polyphosphonates, a type of fire-resistant plastics. The company is in the growth phase of is commercializing a novel family of non-halogen, transparent, high melt flowing, fire-resistant plastics. It delivers high value-added solutions for fabric/textile, electrical, electronics, mass transit, and building and construction markets. FRX Polymers is headquartered in Chelmsford, MA.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $22M raised in September, 2016
    • 1 founder
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  315. Evaptainers (Less than $1M)

    Evaptainers started at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in a class that challenged its students to create something that would help improve the lives of 1 billion people. Since then they have developed a Mission and a Team to deliver on this challenge by creating modular and completely mobile refrigeration units that preserve produce along the supply chain. They utilize the phenomenon of evaporative cooling, rather than more energy-intensive vapor compression refrigeration, allowing for low-cost, electricity-free cooling. Rudimentary Evaporative cooling devices has proven to be effective for agricultural use, tripling or quadrupling the shelf-life of most produce. Their company has taken these inventions and upgraded them for modern and commercial use. Using state-of-the-art materials and improved design, They have created more effective, more durable, easier to use, mass-producible units. Their discoveries are patent pending and there are currently no other devices similar to their in the market.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in September, 2015
    • 3 founders
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  317. Oxys (Less than $1M)

    Oxys is a provider for services and products for the industrial of the internet of things. The company using domain-specific AI to solve industrial and environmental challenges. They develop hardware, software, and algorithms that monitor, measure, and predict conditions for energy, structural, agricultural, and medical applications. Oxys uses a variety of sensors to capture and analyze massive amounts of data and use Machine Learning and proprietary algorithms to identify discreet patterns and anomalies which can be associated with specific real-world events and used to provide actionable mission-critical insights. They also fully leverage open-source software tools while still creating proprietary content for customers, thereby reducing software development time and cost. Oxys was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in January, 2021
    • 2 founders
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  319. Pickle Robots (Less than $1M)

    Pickle Robots is a low cost, collaborative package handling robot that automates several key tasks along the e-commerce supply chain. Package handling is a physically demanding job with extremely high rates of turnover. The rising costs of shipping, comprised of 2/3rds labor, have become a major bottleneck to continued growth in e-commerce. Dill is the first robot from the Pickle Robot Company. It works multiple shifts, communicates with its human collaborators, and is rapidly developing new skills in handling e-commerce parcels: such as loading/unloading of feeder trucks, palletizing/depalletizing, and preloading of last mile delivery vans, trucks, and parcel cars.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $2M raised in November, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  321. Titan Advanced Energy Solutions (Less than $1M)

    Titan Advanced Energy Solutions (Titan) develops advanced battery management systems for lithium-ion batteries (LiB).Their patented ultrasound technology provides over 99% SoH/SoC accuracy over the life of the battery. The benefits of this dramatically improved accuracy are significant: at least 20% increase in charge capacity and 125% increase in battery life. The technology also provides unprecedented safety monitoring and control, real-time cell level monitoring and balancing. Suitable for automotive, ESS and consumer markets, Titan’s ultrasound ionView™ technology is priced comparably to traditional solutions, while adding significant benefits to manufacturers, integrators, producers and consumers.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $10M raised in September, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  323. JETCOOL Technologies ($10M to $50M)

    JETCOOL Technologies develops microjet cooling modules for advanced electronics, publishing the results in several papers. The technology behind JETCOOL was developed at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, by a team led by Bernie Malouin. It was founded in 2019 and based in Littleton, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.2M raised in February, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  325. Harvest Automation ($1M to $10M)

    Harvest was founded by a seasoned technology executive and a trio of robotics experts. The Company now comprises a diverse, commited team with expertise in sales and marketing, engineering (software, hardware, electrical, mechanical), project management, and business operations.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2.9M raised in January, 2015
    • 2 founders
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  327. Lionano (Less than $1M)

    Lionano Inc. is a material manufacturing company commercializing an advanced drop-in replacement material for the lithium-ion batteries. The company focuses on improving the key components of lithium-ion batteries. The material has been nano-engineered to create batteries with greater capacity and cycle life. This technology can enable lighter and lower-cost consumer electronics and longer range for electric vehicles. The technology has been fully developed at Cornell University and Lionano is ready to launch the product. Lionano is led by a combination of unique people: a recent PhD graduate in Chemistry at Cornell University, an MBA from Cornell's Johnson School, a distinguished Professor in electrochemistry research at Cornell University, and an experienced battery industry expert. Lionano was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Woburn, Massachusetts, USA.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $22M raised in September, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  329. Petit Peony (Less than $1M)

    Petit Peony manufactures classic clothing in a sustainable and ethical way. Made with premium and organic cotton, the styles embrace children’s fanciful imaginations while reflecting a classic, polished look.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in July, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  331. Vesper ($1M to $10M)

    Vesper is an electrical and electronic manufacturing company that specializes in microphones, piezoelectric, and audio. The company is driven by a mission is to deliver voice-powered products to every market, around the world. Vesper was founded in 2009 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $23M raised in May, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  333. Metamagnetics (Less than $1M)

    Metamagnetics is a consumer electronics company based in Westborough, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.3M raised in January, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  335. Conagen ($1M to $10M)

    Conagen is a biotechnology company that focuses on bio-production of ingredients for food, pharmaceutical, and renewable materials industries. Conagen is a discovery-based company. It is passionate about understanding and engineering metabolic pathways. Its scientists are equipped with unprecedented systemic information on cellular metabolism. Its engineers have developed new automation systems and novel fermentation technologies to advance its bio-manufacturing capabilities. The company was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $30M raised in April, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  337. Metalenz (Less than $1M)

    Metalenz develops novel optical elements that exploit structured Huygens' surfaces (metamaterial structures) for controlling wavefronts, polarization, and other properties of light. It provides ultra-thin planar optics for high-resolution full-color imaging and making the lenses used by mobile phones, computers, and other electronic devices smaller that enable businesses using the optical lenses to get miniaturized, lighter alternatives to established lenses.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $10M raised in February, 2021
    • 3 founders
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  339. Common Sensing (Less than $1M)

    Common Sensing develops and manufactures data-driven hardware and software medical device solutions for diabetes care that foster education and communication for patients while delivering decision support for clinicians. Common Sensing has a team of talented designers and engineers to develop Gocap™, a smart cap that turns existing injector pens into smart injectors.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.4M raised in November, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  341. MachineMetrics ($1M to $10M)

    Our fully automated manufacturing analytics solution provides visualizations of real-time manufacturing production data, predictive notifications, as well as historical analytics, allowing factory workers to make faster, smarter, more confident decisions based on real-time data. We've simplified IoT for the shop floor and are empowering manufacturers with the easiest to use and simplest to integrate software on the market. MachineMetrics is driving manufacturing efficiency by more than 20% on average for our customers.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.3M raised in April, 2020
    • 3 founders
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  343. Flaskworks ($1M to $10M)

    Flaskworks is improves the manufacture of immuno-therapeutics and dendritic cell-based vaccines.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.2M raised in September, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  345. Symbiosis Pharmaceutical Services ($1M to $10M)

    Symbiosis Pharmaceutical Services was established in 2011 in response to increasing global demand for niche, sterile manufacturing specialists that could satisfy product supply needs for clinical trials. We created our purpose-built facility in Stirling, Scotland, specifically designed with biologic and small molecule production capabilities in mind to support biotech and speciality pharmaceutical companies worldwide that require small-scale injectable products. Differing from most CMOs, from the day our operations commenced we offered rapid access to manufacturing slots and quick release of drug products to ensure tight timelines are successfully met. Naturally, this has been a real hit with our clients.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2M raised in December, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  347. DJ MicroLaminates (Less than $1M)

    DJ MicroLaminates researches, develops, and markets innovative dry film resist materials for MEMS, plating molds for metal microparts, polymer MEMS, multilayer microfluidics structures, BioMEMS, medical devices, wafer-level packaging processes, and displays. The company provides a ready-to-use epoxy-based resin formulation coated between two throwaway carrier layers. Sheets or rolls with uniform thicknesses of 5μm to 1mm are quickly laminated to most substrates and are ready to expose within minutes. It was founded in 2009 as DJ DevCorp by Don Johnson. It is headquartered in Sudbury, Massachusetts.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.8M raised in April, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  349. Aircuity ($1M to $10M)

    Aircuity manufactures integrated sensing and control solutions that cost-effectively reduce building energy and operating expenses while simultaneously improving its indoor environmental quality. Aircuity's first product, a portable air monitoring system known as OptimaTM, it was developed in collaboration with Environmental Health & Engineering, the primary research contractor for the EPA's Indoor Environments Division. It was incorporated in 2000 and is headquartered in Newton, Massachusetts.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $6.2M raised in April, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  351. Via Separations (Less than $1M)

    Via Separations develops a materials technology for industrial separation processes that uses 10 times less energy than traditional methods.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $4.8M raised in March, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  352. Keystone Bluff ($10M to $50M)

    Keystone Bluff is a family-owned business that aims to build a premium cannabis brand for the Massachusetts adult-use market. It counts themselves among the hundreds of millions of people whose lives are graced by the natural magic of cannabis. Its “Microbusiness” license application is one of the first in the state. A hyper-local alternative to generic multi-state factory farms, Keystone Bluff will be one of the smallest independent cannabis growers and product manufacturers in Massachusetts. It was incorporated in 2018 and is headquartered in Chester, Massachusetts.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in January, 2020
    • 2 founders
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