NAPERVILLE, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--4th Floor Investment Group, LLC (“4th FLOOR INVESTMENTS”), a privately-held holding company of diverse lower-middle market companies and investments, announced today that it has divested its interest investment in Little Rock, Arkansas-based medical device start-up, NanoBlade, LLC (“NANOBLADE”).
NANOBLADE, founded in 2004, is a proprietary medical product development provider and start-up company. The company focuses on advancements in healthcare and is revolutionizing pathology evaluation while concurrently enhancing cancer research. Its innovations include fresh tissue sectioning and collection devices, rapid intraoperative evaluation tools and advanced imaging technologies offering 3-D reconstruction with cellular resolution.
The remaining shareholders in NANOBLADE will continue to seek Venture Capital funding to grow the firm, says Thomas Geza Varga, CEO of 4th FLOOR INVESTMENTS. The company will remain in Little Rock, Arkansas.
4th Floor Investment Group, LLC is an Illinois holding company comprised of exemplary distribution, real estate, manufacturing and niche investments. In addition to managing our member companies & investments, we continually target leveraged mergers & acquisitions of lower middle market opportunities. To learn more about 4th FLOOR INVESTMENTS, please visit www.4thFloorGroup.com or call us at (630) 225-5737.
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