Innovation Square Company, Fracture, Increases Investments

6, June 2013

Fracture has harnessed another $500,000 to further its cause. Founded in 2009 by two UF graduates, Fracture has set out to change the way photos are printed. The company has developed a UV-based process for printing photos to glass. Fracture is a resident of Innovation Square in Gainesville, and operates out of commercial property 100 at Innovation Square . Below is an excerpt from the HeraldOnline:

"We are grateful for the support the Tamiami Angel Fund has given to our burgeoning company," said Abhi Lokesh, co-founder and CEO of Fracture. "It's clear they share our vision and appreciate the growth potential of the printed photo display market – a multi-billion dollar market that InfoTrends predicts will grow 40% by 2017."

Customer orders at Fracture have tripled from 2010-2012, while revenue increased 211% from Q1 2012 to Q1 2013. The company employs some 11 professionals in its state-of-the-art 5300-sq.-ft. manufacturing, packaging and sales facility near the heart of downtown Gainesville, FL. In its May 2013 issue, Fast Company named Florida as the country's "most innovative" state with the second highest rate for "new business production."

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Fracture is a Gainesville-based company known for their excellent customer service and quality. Any digital photo can be uploaded and used by the company to print a high-quality image on a glass canvas. Fracture is in a premier location just blocks from The University of Florida and downtown Gainesville. The commercial property, managed by Trimark Properties, is in the core of Innovation Square.

Fracture's office space in 100 at Innovation Square, a commercial property near UF campus.