Neuvokas Corporation Ranked Most Fundable Company by Pepperdine Graziadio Business School

October 12, 2018, LOS ANGELES – Neuvokas Corporation is thrilled to announce that it received a No. 7 rank on the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School’s first annual Most Fundable Companies List. Neuvokas Corporation competed against thousands of early-stage U.S. companies with less than $10 million in annual revenue to be named one of the most fundable companies in the United States. The Most Fundable Companies initiative is designed to bridge the gap between startups and the capital they need to succeed. 

“We may be a small company, but we think of ourselves as a global company. Recognition as an investable company will bring us one step closer to achieving our goals,” said Erik Kiilunen. “We are excited that Pepperdine Graziadio Business School is giving entrepreneurs a platform to showcase their business and prepare them for success with investors.”

Being in the top 15 on Most Fundable Companies List, Neuvokas Corporation will be profiled on and will be featured in the November print issue of the magazine.

About Most Fundable Companies List: The Most Fundable Companies initiative involved a multi-phase assessment that evaluated several company variables including financial projections, market opportunity, intellectual property and the strength of the management team, all of which combined to produce a fundability score. The top 15 companies were selected in partnership with The Venture Alliance (TVA) based on their readiness for private investment. Honorees on the inaugural list are located across the country and come from a variety of industries including telecommunications, blockchain, and construction.

About Neuvokas Corporation: Neuvokas Corporation is a five-year-old start-up focused on commoditizing Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) rebar.  Neuvokas is based in Ahmeek Michigan, employs 22 people and sells its product GatorBar® nationally through direct and distributor sales.  

Download the official Press Release here.


Josh Kimbal

The bars work great!! Our prototype testing went good in the field. We are adjusting the designs and trying other applications.