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.
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
Social media startup Stockteamup has partnered with the philanthropic arm of a hip-hop-inspired snack company to teach financial investing to Black communities.
With six new hires, the company—founded in 2014—now has 26 employees. The staff size will increase to 28 when the company adds two Orr Fellows in June.
DroneDek, an Indianapolis-based startup, said it has raised more than $1.25 million to support its upcoming product launch.
Kinetic Advantage, which helps finance inventory for independent car dealers, launched last July, but has already grown to 65 employees and is operating in 26 markets.
Ossium Health wants to build a huge bank of bone marrow and stem cells from deceased organ donors to treat patient with blood cancers and to improve organ transplantations.
Resilient Venture Studio will start out this year as a program under the High Alpha Innovation umbrella, but the organization’s leaders hope it will be spun off into its own venture studio launching 10 to 12 immigrant-led companies annually.
Invoke Learning offers a cloud-based artificial intelligence system that tracks student behavior from a variety of data sources gathered from the school and other publicly available outlets.
Open LMS isn’t wasting any time making its mark locally and globally. London-based Learning Technologies Group launched the company in Indianapolis in March, and its already acquired two competitors and put them under the Open LMS umbrella, growing its staff.
The Indianapolis-based company, which was founded in early 2019, has grown its staff from seven to 20 full-time employees over the past year.
More and more of the work done by university researchers is being spun off into companies and commercial applications that they or the universities own or are a part of.
A startup that’s planning to launch a $60 million drug-manufacturing plant sees big growth in contract manufacturing.
The company founded as Somerset Cloud last year has a new name, majority owner and an even higher growth curve than originally projected.
The new company, contract drug developer INCog Biopharma, plans to build a $60 million facility and hire up to 150 workers by the end of 2024.
Mandolin’s digital platform—designed to help artists, venues and fans connect through live music—has attracted some big-name investors including Marc Benioff, the founder and CEO of Salesforce.
Here are six companies and one not-for-profit organization from central Indiana that are experimenting in the ed-tech sector.