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Oklahoma business briefs for Sept. 3

Oklahoma business briefs for Sept. 3, 2014
Oklahoman Published: September 3, 2014

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Synercon receives i2E financing

Tulsa-based Synercon Technologies LLC recently received $450,000 in financing from i2E Inc. and other investors. The investment was led by $200,000 in financing from the i2E-managed Oklahoma Seed Capital Fund. Other investors included $100,000 from the University of Tulsa and $150,000 from Oklahoma Angel investors. Synercon, which was founded in 2013, has developed a universal device to recover “black box” data from large trucks and buses after accidents. Jeremy Daily, Synercon’s founder and CEO, is an associate professor in the department of mechanical engineering at the University of Tulsa. His areas of study include crash reconstruction, dynamics, solid mechanics, reliability and fatigue and fracture.

Insurance meeting is planned

A public service meeting to inform Oklahomans of recent changes that may qualify them for low-cost health insurance through the Affordable Care Act will be held 7 p.m., Thursday at the First Presbyterian Church, 221 S Barker. Experts will answer questions and can begin the enrollment process. All are welcome, including those without health insurance, those with substandard policies and tribal members who can buy insurance at almost zero cost.

New Source Energy official resigns

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