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2753 Camino Capistrano, A-101

San Clemente, CA 92672

www.epicainternational.com

Facilitated Growth was engaged by Epica in 2013 with a rough framework for a business plan and ambitions of disrupting veterinary care and imaging.

 

After re-structuring the plan, advising through their first rounds of financing, negotiating the acquisition of two international manufacturing companies, and hiring industry veteran CEO, Frank D'Amelio, Facilitated Growth has proven to be a reliable advisor to the company.

 

Continuing today, Facilitated Growth managing partner, Joe Soto, holds a seat on the board of directors, sits as acting treasurer, and actively advises through the financial strategy and governance of the business. 

CEO: Frank D'Amelio

CTO: Renzo Valleggi

Director: Joe Soto

To learn more about Epica International or Facilitated Growth's relationship with this company, please contact Joe Soto or Frank D'Amelio.

Joe Soto

Director

Frank D'Amelio

CEO

About The Company

As a global leader in precision robotics, Epica International designs, develops and distributes progressive robotic systems that fuse CT imaging and precision robotics into one fully integrated platform.

 

Epica International is a Nevada corporation with five distinct subsidiaries; Epica Medical Innovations, Epica Applied Technology, Imaginalis S.R.L, Fabrica Machinale S.R.L., and Scienzia Machinale S.R.L. The governing board represents over 150 years of experience in the medical, veterinary, business, technology, research, and finance industries.

Operations are based throughout the U.S. and Italy and are focused on the areas of CT imaging & therapeutics, medical robotics, and industrial robotics.

About The Technology

Epica International, Inc. is paving the way of the future in highly advanced robotic CT platforms for healthcare and industrial applications. Their CT systems assist healthcare professionals with both diagnosis and treatment through outstanding, never before seen soft/hard tissue imagery.

 

Epica International robotic systems are advanced, universal, and unique in their flexibility and performance. Their integration of two technologies, CT imagery and precision robotics, is underway and expected to yield incredible results. This is the future of medicine.

Virginia Tech’s Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center (EMC) in Leesburg, Virginia, recently installed the Pegaso High-Definition CT, which allows staff to perform high-definition CT scans on horses while standing or recumbent.

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