A 3D-printing company on West 24th Street in New York City focused on printing custom shoe insoles prescribed by doctors has raised at least $19.3 million in funding. That’s a lot of money. It gives the start-up business at least a foot up — if not a leg up — in its space.
A tenant in a huge building a block west of the Hotel Americano (the boutique hotel next to the High Line whose ownership hopes to convert the Cioni building in uptown Kingston to similar hotel use), Sols is one of the first companies to employ . . .
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