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Keeping Your Brand Through an Acquisition

Acquisitions happen for many reasons. Accelerating growth. Financial challenges for the soon to be acquired. Taking out a competitor. Buying (rather than building) a particular technology. Cash in the bank. And on … and on. Of course, most of the time, the real reasons may not even be crystal clear to the outside world, but

TechPoint and Venture Club of Indiana announce INX3

For two years, TechPoint’s Winners’ Circle event has invited out-of-state venture capitalists to meet Indiana’s scale-up tech companies with a goal of creating relationships that lead to future investments. This year, TechPoint has partnered with the Venture Club of Indiana to create INX3, a multi-day event series that brings together Venture Club’s Innovation Showcase with

INFOGRAPHIC: Understanding the agile marketing journey

As technology constantly causes shifts and disruptions in every industry, it’s no wonder tech companies have to adapt all parts of their businesses to reflect the pace and journey of the core tech product. This constant iteration in innovation has drastically disrupted marketing. Doug Karr, CEO of DK New Media, sees this shift first-hand. DK New

New ‘Agile Marketing + Coffee’ meetup finds its footing

Many tech product companies in Indianapolis provide a software-as-a-service product aimed at solving problems for businesses. No matter what the core emphasis is or industry they serve, there are similarities amongst all of these tech companies. Each has a tech stack of developers and engineers who produce a product, a sales team to bring in revenue, and

Kinney Group closes Series A round with Elevate Ventures and Plymouth Ventures

Kinney Group, Inc., a cloud solutions integrator serving the Global Fortune 2000, IT-centric mid-market companies, and US Public Sector organizations, announced today that it secured investment from Elevate Ventures. The participation from Elevate Ventures rounds out Kinney Group’s Series A growth funding raise when paired with the investment from Plymouth Ventures last fall, bringing the