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Startup Lessons Learned: How past failures shaped the way Dustin Sapp runs fast-growing Tinderbox

Dustin Sapp never expected to be a serial entrepreneur. He is as surprised as anybody to be the co-founder and CEO of sales automation software startup Tinderbox. The plan after graduating from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology was to marry his high school sweetheart and begin the long journey to upper-middle management at one of those huge

hc1.com needs your ‘applause’ for Harvard Health Acceleration Challenge

“What proven innovation have you created that would enhance health care value in the U.S. if broadly disseminated?” That is THE question driving the Harvard Business School Healthcare Innovation Challenge, an open forum competition held jointly with Harvard Medical School that is seeking healthcare innovations like health information technology that are ready to scale up

PrecisionHawk unmanned aerial vehicles closes on $10 million in Series B startup funding

Indiana-based PrecisionHawk, maker of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and cloud-based data collection software, has closed on a $10 million Series B startup funding round led by New York City-based investor Millennium Technology Value Partners with Bob Young, co-founder of RedHat, and The Innovate Indiana Fund. PrecisionHawk will double its workforce, open a new office and launch new software for

5 observations on the state of coworking

Coworking has come a long way since spaces like The Speak Easy and Launch Fishers first proved the model here in Indiana. Representatives from 15 different coworking spaces & innovation hubs around the state attended the first annual Indiana Coworking Passport Summit at Launch Fishers on September 11. The Indiana Coworking Passport allows any member