Local partners will include the Pacers, Colts and NCAA. But state officials declined to specify the contribution from Indiana's Next Level Fund, a new state-backed venture pool with $250 million to invest.
Butler University is among the group of investors in Kenzie Academy’s college-alternative model, which combines one year of immersive learning with one year of paid work in the company’s tech-consulting subsidiary.
Indianapolis-based "venture studio" High Alpha on Monday announced plans to take operations to the next level by adding two funds worth more than $100 million and two new investors with national reputations.
The 8-year-old firm, which focuses on investing in early-stage Midwestern tech companies, this week filed plans with the Securities and Exchange Commission to raise $50 million to $100 million for the new fund.
Officials for digital consultancy Levementum said the capital recently secured from a group led by Chicago-based Inoca Capital Partners will be used in part to add about 40 employees at its Indianapolis office this year.