New tenant at BioHio provides new ways for nonprofits to collaborate

Photo of two people at multiple computer screens

BioHio Research Park, located on the Wooster campus of CFAES’s research arm, OARDC, announces the addition of Cureo to its incubator. Cureo provides online collaboration technology software for nonprofit boards, committees, teams and community taskforces.

“We’ve doubled our staff to support our recent growth, making this the ideal time to move our corporate headquarters to the BioHio Research Park,” Cureo CEO Andrew Vaeth said. “The location is modern, well-equipped and inspires us to thrive on the entrepreneurial energy of our fellow tenants. This is a wonderful opportunity for Cureo as we expand our mission: to bring people and communities together with collaborative technology.”

  • Cureo, the online collaboration technology for nonprofits and their communities, is an easy-to-use web-based tool that transforms an organization’s website into a communication hub, including capabilities for messaging, events, task management and content publication.
  • With Cureo, it is easy to take part in advancing an organization’s mission: users engage with the organization through their email and via the organization’s home page for a simple and organized way to join conversations, share documents and collaborate on boards, committees and community partnerships.
  • Cureo recently closed a $2 million venture round led by a private investment group in North Carolina, involving participation from Cleveland’s JumpStart Inc. and the Ohio-based Impact Angel Fund and matching funds from the Ohio Third Frontier program. The funds will allow Cureo to expand its growth, increasing reach, awareness, staff and product value.

“BioHio Research Park is pleased to welcome Cureo to our entrepreneurial community,” BioHio CEO Shauna Brummet said. “We look forward to supporting their development through our partnership in the Northeast Ohio Entrepreneurial Signature Program network.

“Cureo’s product offers an exciting and efficient tool for use by nonprofit organizations. We look forward to introducing them to potential customers in the agricultural industry.”