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One Click Wins Company Culture of the Year Mira Award

One Click, the people-focused eyewear e-tailer, received the Company Culture of the Year Award during TechPoint’s 18th annual Mira Awards honoring the best of tech in Indiana. When husband and wife entrepreneurs Randy and Angie Stocklin started One Click in Greenwood, Ind., in 2005, they had visions for the future of their innovative ecommerce company.

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

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

Focus on the User: Driving passion and innovation

In the beginning In the beginning, our foundation at MOBI was simple: focus on the user. Armed with a couple world-class developers, our best guess at market research, and a vision to transform the way companies manage connected devices, we moved fast. Looking back, it’s easy to see how this attitude towards the user ignited

Here’s how Emplify helped give employees at Arbor Homes a voice

(And 4 tips for getting feedback from your team) When it comes to employee engagement, a “one size fits all” approach is rarely effective. For example, distributed workers communicate differently than desk workers—in fact, 83% of non-desk employees don’t even have access to company email. With a workforce that’s more mobile than ever, how can