Castiron has operated in stealth mode since late last year and already has hundreds of users of its beta program.
Carroll Award winner: Bill Oesterle succeeds big time, bridges cultural divides
The founder of Angie’s List and TMap, in recognition of his years of service as a community leader and entrepreneurial force, is the 28th recipient of the Michael A. Carroll Award.Read More
High Alpha launches Pillar, which aims to help clients do better interviews
According to High Alpha, Pillar uses artificial intelligence and provides in-interview coaching to help companies assess a candidate’s fit for a job during the interview process.Read More
Telamon founder Albert Chen launches firm to put ‘cobots’ in factories
Retired from Telamon Corp., Chen founded Telamon Robotics, which sells collaborative robots and helps companies integrate the technology into their operations.Read More
Pandemic leads three couples to launch rock-music school
Opening a physical location for a collaboration-based company might appear risky during the peak months of the pandemic. But for Indianapolis-based Rock Garage, it seemed like the only way to go.Read More
High Alpha Studio III will concentrate on funding, launching and growing enterprise cloud companies.
Jace Swims built a tech career on the West Coast, but the pandemic brought him back to Indianapolis. He since has turned his passion for tropical fish into an entrepreneurial venture.
This year’s hackathon, to take place Oct. 22-24 at Butler University, will focus on sports-related applications for 5G wireless technology.
About 20 teens from across Indianapolis Public Schools spent a week this summer learning about entrepreneurship and business development, guided by professors and small-business owners who helped them conceive products and services as well as business plans to execute them.
The school’s “ventureship” program gives students the chance to explore an idea for a company or product during a summer at the school, with financial and mentorship support.
Korave Korean BBQ, which opened at the restaurant accelerator in 2019, plans to exit the nest in September. The brothers who own the restaurant are also eyeing spots for another Indy-area location.
Startups in anything from incubators to shared workspaces generally fly the coop when the facility can’t physically accommodate their growing space requirements or employee headcount, or their host entity can no longer supply value through its services.
About half of the 20 vendors so far are already open at The AMP, which has its grand opening later this month. The AMP, a food-and-drink-based artisan marketplace, is on the campus of 16 Tech on the western edge of downtown.
Blair Milo, who in 2017 was named the state’s first secretary of career connections and talent, will step down June 7, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Friday.
Zig Therapeutics Inc. wants to raise about $100 million to build a health-digital system that would allow doctors to monitor and adjust the dosing of drugs for patients based on their real-time therapeutic response to a drug.
We must enact a plan not just around how to build and encourage industry to adapt and change, but also to maximize Indiana’s ability to compete over the next decade.
Indianapolis-based Demandwell announced Tuesday that is has become a High Alpha Venture Studio portfolio company as it launches its new SEO software platform.
DeMario Vitalis, a descendant of cotton-plantation slaves and sharecroppers, sees ironic ties between his family’s past and his farm ownership.
The no-code/low-code movement gives people with little to no programming experience the power to create websites and digital apps, sometimes in just hours or days.
The digital platform makes it easier for residents to report and track interactions with police, and for the police to track, monitor and analyze interactions with residents.
The new fund, High Alpha Capital III, is the largest yet from Indianapolis-based High Alpha Capital—the investment arm of venture studio High Alpha and one of the largest software venture capital firms in the Midwest.
In addition to fueling the economy and driving revenue generating potential for the school and researchers, pushing research to the commercial realm also benefits students.