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Medical device company to move headquarters to SkySong in Scottsdale

Jul 6, 2021, 4:45 AM | Updated: 11:15 am
(Facebook photo by Anuncia)...
(Facebook photo by Anuncia)
(Facebook photo by Anuncia)

PHOENIX — A medical device maker based on the East Coast plans to relocate its headquarters to Scottsdale, company officials said.

Anuncia, developer of the ReFlow Ventricular System that is designed to unblock occluded ventriculoperitoneal shunts, will move from Massachusetts into SkySong, the Arizona State University Innovation Center.

The company made the announcement last week.

The move will allow access and collaboration with local higher education institutions in efforts to continute developing medical technologies for patients globally suffering with life threatening conditions associated with CSF disorders, according to a release.

“As we grow and scale manufacturing, our need to expand operations into the Southwest has been met with impressive support from the thriving Greater Phoenix biomedical community,” Anuncia’s CEO Elsa Chi Abruzzo said in the press release.

Anuncia plans to make hires in engineering, clinical, manufacturing and finance.

A move-in date has yet to be announced by the company.

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Medical device company to move headquarters to SkySong in Scottsdale