T2Fund-Should-ReplacementAngels invest in local medical device startup (Naples News)

A Naples-based investment fund has bet its money on the success of a local orthopedic medical device startup.

The fund, Tamiami Angel Fund II, or T2 for short, has invested nearly $1 million in Catalyst OrthoScience to help the company ramp up the production of what it describes as a “breakthrough product” for shoulder-replacement surgery.

“The product we feel is revolutionary, not evolutionary. And we liked the progress that the management team had made,” said Tim Cartwright, chairman of Tamiami Angel Funds.

Steven Goldberg, chief of orthopedic surgery at Physicians Regional Healthcare System in Naples, founded Catalyst OrthoScience in December 2014.

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