Growing flexible electronics start-ups highlight the strategies working in today’s market

We re-examined the companies we profiled in 2015 to identify the ones whose revenue increased compared to our previous profiles. While many of the companies were growing, only 10 companies grew and had revenues of $1 million or more, indicating that their growth was not a anomaly. In the table below...

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