In February 2018, the North Carolina Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NCMEP) reported a video success story about Jordan Schindler, an up-and-coming entrepreneur who founded TexDel, a textile-based drug delivery company in 2011. During the interview, Schindler talked about how he developed an idea as a college student. With the help of NCMEP partner, Manufacturing Solutions Center (MSC), he created a textile-based drug delivery patented technology company.

On the September 1, 2021 episode of Business North Carolina’s Weekly Round-Up podcast, Business North Carolina caught up with Schindler and Nufabrx (formerly TexDel). The company has continued to use innovative technology to fuse pain-relieving medicine with fabrics used in arm sleeves, knee braces, and other apparel sold online and at Walmart stores. Since the NCMEP video success story, the organization has branched out exponentially, being featured in publications like USA Today, Forbes, GQ, Allure and California Business Journal. In August of 2021, Schindler’s Conover-based company was ranked the 50th fastest-growing company in the U.S. by Inc. magazine.

In the episode, Schindler discusses how he started the business as a student at the University of Washington in 2011, how his health wear company is now growing at a rapid pace in Catawba County, what the future of Nufabrix and more.
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