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Indy Women in Tech Foundation 2017 Community Impact

Think back to September 2016 when it was announced that an LPGA championship would come to Indianapolis and combine four topics: golf, women, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and tech. The event was held to bring awareness to issues affecting youth and especially women in tech, and the collective impact went much further than the driving range. With

Why the best engineers are attracted to big problems

When looking to hire a great software engineer, technical skill is an obvious necessity. However, I’ve found that building the best development teams require so much more than a knowledge of technical minutia. At Greenlight Guru, we have the most high performing development team I’ve ever worked with and there are a few key reasons

Universities across Indiana help build and grow the tech ecosystem

While many parts make up our Indy tech ecosystem, universities across the state offer important pieces toward the development of new and innovative tech. Serving as a cradle for many startups, universities provide connections, talent, support and more to students and researchers launching their ideas. Along with helping new businesses begin, universities help inventors and

Springbuk and HealthJoy are improving health and lowering costs with artificial intelligence

Two-year-old scale-up Springbuk has quickly grown its client base and employee count, and secured $3.75 million in capital investment to continue fueling that growth. The company continues to expand its health analytics software solution, which helps more than 8,000 employers identify ways to improve employee health and drive down healthcare costs. To help organizations take more control

VC Report: 2017 investments in Indiana technology companies

The fourth quarter of 2017 finished the year strong with over $105 million in publicly announced investments and acquisitions involving Indiana tech and tech-enabled companies. This funding fueled a year rich with venture capital investments and acquisitions. $105,830,000 was pumped into Indiana tech companies from firms and investors located all throughout the country — a

Venture Capital Series: What does a venture analyst do?

With the continued progress of the new Next Level Indiana Trust Fund — Indiana’s $250 million fund to develop venture community and support increased entrepreneurship and innovation in the state–and recent large venture capital investments in emerging tech companies like Lessonly, Sigstr and 250ok, it’s becoming more important for tech business leaders in the state