Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 23-29, 2021

After the April 15 mass shooting at the FedEx Ground facility in Indianapolis, many employees couldn’t contact their families due to a FedEx policy limiting access to cell phones at work. Susan Orr reports that the practice is common in some industries due to safety, productivity and data security issues. Also in this week’s paper, Greg Andrews goes inside the battle between two of Indianapolis’ retail icons over a prime piece of land on East 86th Street in Nora. And Mickey Shuey reports that retailers along Massachusetts Avenue are bullish on the future of the corridor with a powerful new anchor on its northeast end—the first phase of the $300 million Bottleworks District.

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Fast-growing local software firm Encamp raises $12M in capital

Encamp, which makes and markets software that helps customers manage environmental data and the forms required for local and federal compliance, has now raised a total of $17.2 million. The most recent funding round was led by Boston-based OpenView with participation from High Alpha Capital and Allos Ventures—both of Indianapolis—and Bloomington-based IU Ventures.

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