SCRA Accepts New Companies

SUMMERVILLE, S.C. -- As part of its ongoing mission to foster high-tech economic growth in South Carolina, SCRA's SC Launch program has announced the acceptance of Upstate companies Fatsack Outdoors and SAI Global Technologies, Inc. into the program as client companies. Lowcountry company CodeLynx was accepted into the Resource Partner Network. Client companies are accepted into the SC Launch economic development program to receive mentoring and other support services. Accepted companies may also be eligible to receive matching grant funds or investments. Resource Partners provide business support services to SC Launch Client Companies.

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Fatsack Outdoors is a South Carolina-based technology company, committed to improving the experience of fishing enthusiasts and fostering growth within the fishing industry. In 2015, their first mobile application was released and in under a year, it had acquired more than 10,000 users. In the same year, Fatsack signed four professional anglers to their staff and aligned partnerships with companies such as Booyah Bait, Rat-L-Trap and Connect Scale. Presently, Fatsack sponsors several high school and college fishing teams, including Tennessee Tech, who won the 2016 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Classic.

SAI Global Technologies, Inc. is an Upstate company that offers technology for production, processing and application of nanomaterials and nanotechnology products. The company's diversified technology portfolio includes nanomaterials solutions for defense, manufacturing, medical, aerospace, water treatment and energy applications.

CodeLynx specializes in software development for web-based applications, mobile applications and hardware software integration projects. Serving clients as either a complementary component to existing development efforts or as a turnkey project, CodeLynx is able to scale to the appropriate level of need for each specific client.

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