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Jobs at Portfolio Companies

Companies in the Duke Capital Partners portfolio are looking for talented, ambitious people to join their teams.
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NuVasive
NuVasive
64 jobs
Biotechnology
DeepTech
Health
Manufacturing
1001 - 5000 employees

NuVasive is a medical device company focused on developing minimally disruptive surgical products and procedurally integrated solutions for the spine. The Company is the 4th largest player in the $8.2 billion global spine market. NuVasive’s principal product offering is based on its Maximum Access Surgery, or MAS platform. The MAS platform combines several categories of solutions that collectively minimize soft tissue disruption during spine surgery with maximum visualization and safe, easy reproducibility for the surgeon: a proprietary software-driven nerve avoidance system and intra-operative monitoring support; MaXcess, a unique split-blade retractor system; a wide variety of specialized implants; and several biologic products to aid in the spinal fusion process. MAS significantly reduces surgery time and returns patients to activities of daily living much faster than conventional approaches. Having redefined spine surgery with the MAS platform’s lateral approach, known as eXtreme Lateral Interbody Fusion, or XLIF, NuVasive has built an entire spine franchise. With over 80 products today spanning lumbar, thoracic and cervical applications, the Company will continue to expand and evolve its offering predicated on its R&D focus and dedication to outstanding service levels supported by a culture of Absolute Responsiveness.

Vestwell
Vestwell
39 jobs
Community and Lifestyle
Finance
Software
201 - 1000 employees
Series C+

Vestwell is a digital platform that makes it easier to offer and administer 401(k) plans. Vestwell removes traditional friction points through seamless plan design, automated onboarding, streamlined administration, and flexible investment strategies, all at competitive pricing. By acting as a single point of contact, Vestwell has modernized the retirement offering while keeping the plan sponsor's and plan participant's best interests in mind. The company was founded in 2016 and based in New York, New York.

Consumer Products
Hardware
Health
1001 - 5000 employees
Series C+

Hinge Health is a patient-centered digital clinic that treats chronic musculoskeletal conditions such as back and joint pain. It offers a platform that combines wearable sensors, an app, and health coaching to remotely deliver physical therapy and behavioral health. The company's services are available to nearly 200 enterprise customers and it aims to empower people to reduce chronic pain, opioid use, and surgeries. Hinge Health is backed by Bessemer Venture Partners, Lead Edge Capital, Insight Partners, Atomico, 11.2 Capital, Quadrille Capital, Heuristic Capital, Coatue, and Tiger Global. In 2015, Daniel Perez and Gabriel Mecklenburg co-founded Hinge Health in San Francisco, California.

Otter.ai
Otter.ai
24 jobs
Data and Analytics
DeepTech
Software
51 - 200 employees
Series B

Otter.ai offers a collaborative note-taking app that make important information from voice conversations including meetings, interviews, and lectures instantly accessible and actionable. The company's award winning product, Otter Voice Notes, is used by business professionals, journalists and students to generate rich notes that can be easily searched and shared. Otter is based on proprietary technologies for speech recognition, speaker separation, speaker ID, and keyword / topic extraction. The company was founded by successful repeat entrepreneur Sam Liang and fellow engineering PhD Yun Fu.InvestorsWe are proud to be supported by some of Silicon Valley’s top venture capitalists who were early investors in Tesla, SpaceX, Slack, and Twitter. Additionally, we are backed by legendary angel investor David Cheriton, who provided the initial capital to Larry Page and Sergey Brin to start Google.

Pryon
Pryon
8 jobs
Administrative Services
Data and Analytics
DeepTech
Hardware
HR and Recruiting
Software
51 - 200 employees
Series B

Pryon turns hours of searching into moments of clarity that confer decision advantage. Founded in 2017 by the minds behind Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri, and IBM’s Watson, the Company’s full-stack AI-enhanced knowledge management platform transforms untapped digital assets from multiple sources into solutions that measurably improve outcomes. By weaving trusted content into a knowledge fabric, any user can unlock verifiable answers derived from complex, unstructured data. Pryon’s no-code technology can be deployed in a matter of days and is scalable to meet the advanced needs of multinational entities and the most secure federal government agencies. By reducing the distance between knowledge and people, Pryon fosters a more informed, resilient, and responsive organization.

Xilis
Xilis
6 jobs
Biotechnology
DeepTech
Health
51 - 200 employees
Series A

Xilis is an oncology and precision health company that diagnoses cancer and finds the right treatment. The company uses “micro-organoids” to make thousands of 3D replicas of a patient’s tumor in about six days, which the company says can be used for testing for drug compatibility faster. It was founded in 2019 and is headquartered in Durham, North Carolina.

Levitate
Levitate
5 jobs
Advertising
Finance
Internet Services
Sales and Marketing
Software
Telecommunication
51 - 200 employees
Series C+

Levitate helps relationship-based businesses keep in touch with clients, prospects, and referral sources. It aims to help make the world a more entrepreneurial and creative place by building software that helps small businesses and small entrepreneurial teams within large companies grow. Levitate is built by Real Magic.

Embrace
Embrace
4 jobs
Data and Analytics
Mobile, Platforms, and Apps
Software
51 - 200 employees

Embrace is the only performance monitoring and debugging platform built for mobile apps. Whether an unsolved crash, a bug in the checkout flow, an error log without resolution, or a startup that takes too long, developers need to find every issue and not take days. With Embrace, mobile teams instantly look up any user, see every user’s sessions on command, and understand what happened seconds and minutes before any error of any type.

AiFi
AiFi
3 jobs
Commerce and Shopping
Data and Analytics
DeepTech
Hardware
Software
51 - 200 employees
Series B

AiFi provides the most flexible AI platform that enables retailers to affordably deploy and scale autonomous shopping solutions across their businesses. Leveraging computer vision, AiFi adapts to existing store formats without the need for shelf sensors, and provides advanced tracking algorithms that can scale up to 10,000 square feet to support various shopper journeys such as an app, credit card, gated, or hybrid entry. AiFi works with top retailers worldwide such as ALDI South Group, Carrefour, Compass Group, Morrisons, Żabka Group, REWE, and Verizon. AiFi has the highest number of computer vision powered autonomous stores across the globe. The company has raised a total of $80 million from investors including Verizon Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures, HP Tech Ventures, Mithril Capital, Cervin Ventures, TransLink Capital, Plum Alley, Duke Angel Network, Reaction, GS Future, Drive Catalyst, and Evolution. For more information, please visit aifi.com.

Diveplane
Diveplane
3 jobs
Data and Analytics
DeepTech
Software
11 - 50 employees
Series A

Humanity is making critical decisions with technology prone to hallucinations, bias, and opacity, believing that’s the necessary price to pay for powerful AI. That’s unacceptable. We’re doing something about it. From Alexa to Chat-GPT, we’ve seen explosive growth of AI applications in everyday life. Unfortunately, that explosion has been built upon “black box” neural networks, which can go wrong in surprising ways and can’t be debugged. Howso co-founder Dr. Chris Hazard spent decades focused on understanding deeply complex, interactive computing systems. His research lies at the intersection of trust and AI. Recognizing the inherent dangers in deep neural nets and black box AI, Chris set out to build AI that’s as powerful as it is understandable. His first systems were built in the defense sector, where the “why” is just as critical as the “how.” Chris, his longtime collaborator Michael Resnick, and advisor Dr. Michael Capps founded Howso (formerly Diveplane) in 2017. Capps had retired after a decade as President of Epic Games (Fortnite, Unreal Engine) and shared Hazard’s concerns about the direction of AI development. The vision was simple: they would work towards positive social impact first, profits second. A group of like-minded angel investors and philanthropists came together for the seed round, and the company began its mission to bring Chris’ maturing research to the world. More than sixty patent assets later, we’ve deployed our ever-evolving technology in academic institutions, non-profits, global financial enterprises, healthcare organizations, and government agencies. Our users are empowered to make decisions directly from data, rather than relying on abstract black box models. They can interrogate outcomes, correct mistakes and bias, and make critical decisions responsibly.

restor3d
restor3d
2 jobs
Biotechnology
Data and Analytics
DeepTech
Hardware
Health
Manufacturing
Software
51 - 200 employees

restor3d enables surgeons to improve the reconstruction and repair of the human body through 3D printed implants.

inSomaBio
inSomaBio
2 jobs
Biotechnology
DeepTech
Health
1 - 10 employees

InSoma Bio integrates biology and materials science to solve problems in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. It offers genetically engineer protein-based materials that can mimic the naturally found elastin found in extracellular tissues. The company also offers reconstructive plastic surgeries and injectable materials.