IU Kelley School of Business’ DIVE program, which stands for Discovery, Innovation and Ventures Enterprise, is based on the concept that startups can get free, sound guidance from second- and third-year MBA students, and the students get a unique opportunity to participate in early-stage entrepreneurship.
Indianapolis-based Salesvue LLC, which produces productivity software products for sales departments, is looking to raise $5 million to grow its sales and marketing team.
Early-stage and growth-stage companies in Indiana raised $47.3 million on 20 deals last year, more than double the $23.4 million invested in 2013.
Just call 2014 the year of the corporate spinoff frenzy. And 2015 might be just as crazy.
Smarter Remarketer, considered one of the city's most promising marketing technology companies, has rebranded itself and promoted to CEO an executive who joined the company last fall, the company announced this week.
One of the state’s largest privately held banks could bring in as many as 500 new shareholders to help fund growth. A planned acquisition fell apart early last year.
The city of Westfield and its school district recently exchanged their homegrown network for $5 million in in-kind services. As a result of the agreement, city and school officials will not have to worry about things like paying for Internet service for the next 10 years.
Nadine Givens climbed the ladder beginning from a childhood in which she worked at the convenience store her mother managed.
GreatLand Connections Inc. is geared to replace Comcast Cable in Indianapolis and some other markets in 2015, and the switch could bring changes in offerings, rates and service.
Ashley Bryan is on the cusp of launching a website and smartphone application she hopes will ease the learning curve for millions of care givers. It’s called Life in the Moment and it’s billed as a one-stop source for information and tools for managing Alzheimer’s.
Chief Technology Officer Robert Wiseman has decided not to relocate permanently to Indianapolis, opening the door for former ExactTarget executive Darin Brown.
The most-searched subject in central Indiana was the late comedian, but searchers also sought advice on kissing, faxing and sleeping.
Entrepreneur Grant Jenkins’ PowerBin can hold three times the amount of the average public trash bin, and can transmit data to municipal and other managers about when it’s full. It can also serve as a Wi-Fi hot spot, relay information about reported crimes, and display advertisements.