Startup News

The Amazing.ly Talented Lesson.ly Team

Most companies say they hire talent based on two criteria: culture fit and skills. Employee learning-software firm Lesson.ly follows that model, but their team brings a whole new definition to what it means to hire “tech talent” or to have a “talented workforce.” Lesson.ly’s director of marketing, Mitch Causey, explains the company’s culture, “If you’re

Torchlite promises to fix what’s broken with digital marketing

The sharing economy business model has definitely worked for billion dollar companies like Uber, Airbnb and Instacart. Now, professional services companies are venturing into interesting new operating structures that they are calling collaborative economy, or gig economy business models. With the launch today of Torchlite, Indianapolis can now claim at least two start-ups in this

Roust is ready for your (potentially polarizing) opinions

Five months ago we published our first story about a new Indy-based software startup that was in beta at the time called Roust — the social network for connecting with others to discuss tough topics like politics, religion, and social matters. Now, just in time for the November 3 election, Roust co-founders Mark LaFay and