Indianapolis-based XR Technologies, which hires math teachers with non-traditional backgrounds and places them in classrooms around the state, has received approval to launch a teacher licensure program that the company says will help it scale its reach beyond the state’s borders.
UPDATE: Tech startup Qualifi lands $2.5M in seed funding
Indianapolis-based Qualifi, which launched in 2019, offers technology that helps customers quickly screen job applicants using automated phone calls.Read More
Elanco, High Alpha Innovation launch ag-tech startup Athian
The startup, Athian, aims to help farmers and ranchers measure, and eventually monetize, their efforts to reduce the carbon footprint of their cattle operations.Read More
Bloomington-based startup developing drone-assisted construction techniques
Terran Robotics, established in 2019, is developing technology that enables self-flying drones to build walls for earthen homes. The company plans to build its first home next year.Read More
Korean barbecue restaurant leaving Fishers Test Kitchen for new location in Castleton
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.Read More
Prodport’s CEO and cofounder is Ohad Hecht of Carmel, who formerly led marketing-tech firm Emarsys until leaving that company last year.
Prevounce Health, which launched in 2019 in Los Angeles, relocated its operations to Indianapolis last fall and just landed $4.5 million in investment funding which the company says will help it expand and double its workforce in coming months.
Quiptu, which is short for “equipment to you,” is a startup whose platform will offer a place where the owners of outdoor gear can connect with people interested in renting that gear.
MakeMyMove, which launched about a year ago, will use the investment to scale up and hire several new employees, particularly in the areas of engineering, product development and sales.
This is the sixth round of funding Lumavate has announced since its founding in 2015. The company offers a no-code platform that clients can use to create smartphone apps.
Demandwell, which offers search-engine-optimization software, says the investment will help it reach growth goals that include tripling its revenues and headcount over the next year.
Anchorage Digital, founded in 2017, plans to open a physical office in the Indianapolis area and hire another 10 people here by year’s end.
High Alpha launched Castiron in October. The startup offers a platform for culinary artisans to sell their products, connect with customers and run their businesses.
Founded in 2019, Chuqlab offers transcription technology for law enforcement agencies, prosecutors and operators of jails and prisons. The company recently received a state incentives offer based on its hiring plans.
Logik.io, which was launched in February, offers software that helps sales reps and customers secure price quotes in complex sales situations.
Shaker, which offers a platform for real estate agents and clients to communicate with each other, was launched last year by Indianapolis venture studio High Alpha.
MetaCX’s newest round of fundraising brings its total to $31.5 million, including multiple investments from several venture capital organizations.
IntelinAir, which was formed in 2015, said this is its largest round of funding to date. The company moved its headquarters to Indianapolis from Illinois last month.
Pattern89, founded by R.J. Talyor and launched under the wing of Indianapolis-based venture studio High Alpha, is one of three acquisitions that publicly traded Shutterstock announced Tuesday for a total of $35 million.
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.
Josh Greeson left the real estate industry to focus on his dream of becoming a baker. It began to rise when he worked at the well-known Amelia’s in Fletcher Place.
Luxori Salon, a startup, and B. Bliss Spa, which moved to Monument Circle from the Stutz Business and Arts Center, have taken the space formerly occupied by Studio 2000, a longtime salon and spa that closed last summer.