Business Incubator client graduates, on to success

Team Radio Marketing Group - October 2, 2017 1:20 pm

A graduation reception was held for Log10, a Pioneer Technology Center Business Incubator client since March 2014. Pictured from left are Bruce DeMuth, PTC Superintendent; Molly Kyler, PTC Executive Director of Business and Industry Services; Jamie Sawyer, Log10 Marketing and Client Services Manager; Wai Ping Chew, Log10 Laboratory Manager, Judy Duggan, Log10 Business Manager; John Moore, Log10 CFO, and Robert Howard, PTC Incubator Manager.

A graduation reception was held recently for Log10, which has been a Pioneer Technology Center Business Incubator client since March 2014.  It was the first scientifically based business to participate in the incubator program.

Log10®, LLC, was formed in 2013 by Dr. Siobhan Reilly, and is a comprehensive food safety company.  Their focus is food microbiology, and their name reflects the way microbe numbers are expressed (i.e., log base 10).  The company produces probiotics that eliminate food-borne-illness-causing bacteria (pathogens such as, Salmonella, Listeria, E. coli, etc.). Their products are utilized by both the human food and pet food industries for use in food and food processing environments.

The company’s operations include manufacturing and fermentation, as well as a state-of-the-art ISO 17025 accredited laboratory.  In addition to probiotic production, Log10 also offers microbiological analyses and a full range of HACCP and food safety consultation, research and auditing services.



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