Donor-management software startup plans to add 70 jobs

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Bloomerang LLC, which provides donor-management software for not-for-profits, said it is expanding in Lawrence, creating up to 70 jobs by 2023.

The company was founded a year ago by technology entrepreneur Jay Love. Love, who serves as CEO, is best-known as the founder of the donor-management firm eTapestry, which was acquired for $25 million in 2007. He later served as CEO of the digital marketing firm Slingshot SEO, but left after less than a year at the helm.

Bloomerang, now based at 5625 N. Post Road, plans to buy and renovate offices at Lawrence Village at the Fort.  As part of the expansion, the company has begun hiring for project manager, IT and developer positions.

The Indiana Economic Development Corp. offered Bloomerang up to $700,000 in conditional tax credits and up to $30,000 in training grants based on the company's job-creation plans.
Bloomerang, which provides cloud-based software that helps not-for-profits manage, engage and retain donors, was a finalist at TechPoint’s 2013 Mira Awards. The company said in a statement that it has tripled its customer base in the last five months alone.

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