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.
Entrepreneurship activity in Indiana is sluggish, Brookings report finds
As a result, the report argues, the state is not as well-positioned as it might be to rebound from economic downturns.Read More
Latest High Alpha portfolio company, Luma, helps clients with interviewing, hiring
High Alpha has high hopes for Luma, which has nine full-time employees and plans to double its staff size this year.Read More
Local firm’s new initiative matches remote workers with relocation incentives
Entrepreneurs Bill Oesterle and Evan Hock last month launched MakeMyMove, a subsidiary of TMap.Read More
The new partnership is designed to give Hoosiers that graduate from the two-year fellowship an opportunity to gain guidance and potentially access capital to propel their ideas into the commercial realm.
Kweku Larbi of Indianapolis and his business partner, social-media influencer Ross Smith, went on the show to pitch their company Brumachen, a portable coffee-maker that uses biodegradable coffee pods. The episode airs tonight.
High Alpha’s latest portfolio company, Trava, makes and markets an automated risk-management and cyber-insurance software platform designed for small- and mid-sized businesses.
The tech company markets an app designed to improve the safety, security and convenience of delivering items bought and sold on online marketplaces such as Facebook Marketplace and Craigslist.
High Alpha on Tuesday announced the formal launch of its eighth company this year and its 20th since its founding in 2015.
Magnolia Boutique—known for its bohemian style built around casual, trendy clothing, shoes and accessories—is an online-only business on track to hit $10.5 million in sales this year, up from $7.9 million in 2019.
Nicole Lewis’ online shop, Art2theextreme, has first-to-market position on the platform with its trademark “The Original Rainbow Crayon.”
In November 2019, Tichina Clark officially launched her business, which sells homemade soups, salads and desserts packaged in mason jars.
The program will allow a small number of entrepreneurs, particularly minorities, to pitch their products directly to Lowe’s, sidestepping a traditionally arduous process of getting their goods sold in 2,200 stores.
Entrepreneur Katara McCarty says the Exhale app she developed “speaks to the path of women of color.”
The historic market’s leaders are optimistic the market can overcome its current troubles and emerge as a stronger institution. But they also acknowledge the hurdles ahead.
The online platform designed to rally support around people who are sick or otherwise in need is now on a path to expansion.
The 4-year-old company uses proprietary software and legions of small farmers and gig drivers to create an Amazon-like system that delivers fresh produce, meats, dairy products and other local food.
Carmel-based MBX Biosciences Inc., co-founded by serial entrepreneur Richard DiMarchi, aims to develop therapeutics to treat rare endocrine disorders.
The skill sets of husband-and-wife duo Jason and Diana Brugh are as perfectly blended for the task they aim to accomplish as the abilities of the integrated robots they’re building to kill germs and fight coronavirus in the workplace. Diana Brugh is a microbiologist with experience in food science and working with bacteria- and virus-killing […]
The business accelerator has launched a blitz of business-accelerator programs in Indiana since arriving in the state two years ago.