West Lafayette-based Neurava is one of 61 companies from around the world to showcase its medical technology as part of the 11th annual MedTech Innovator, billed as the largest accelerator of med tech companies.
Fishers-based biotech startup aims to grow from the gut
BiomEdit LLC was set up last year by Greenfield-based Elanco Animal Health and Boston-based Ginkgo Bioworks to make everything from food to therapeutics for animals. It’s already raised $36.5 million in venture capital for its work.Read More
Life sciences industry booster BioCrossroads girds for new challenges
Patricia Martin, the group’s president and CEO since 2019, last month announced she would step down to examine opportunities in the private sector and urged industry leaders to take a fresh look at the organization.Read More
IBJ Podcast: She went from a master’s in social work to tech firm CEO
In this week’s edition of the IBJ Podcast, Brown discusses the unusual route that led her to become a first-time entrepreneur in her early 40s.Read More
Kyle Mohler founded Insignum Agtech with the idea of rearranging bits of corn’s DNA, then inserting them into popular field-corn hybrids.
Coming off record fundraising year, Indiana’s life science sector looks for even more capital in 2023
Inventors and entrepreneurs who don’t have a track record face the biggest challenges, a panel of experts said Friday morning at IBJ’s Life Sciences Power Breakfast.
Conceptualized through venture studio High Alpha, Mandolin emerged during the pandemic as a successful concert livestreaming platform.
Recovery Force Health said it plans to use the new funding as growth capital to market its device to hospitals and introduce other products.
Many startups are attempting to find their wings at a time when consumers are tightening their belts and being more picky about how to spend their money.
Obasanya was living in Lagos, Nigeria, and planning to move to the United States when a LinkedIn ad for a job at Elevate Ventures caught her eye.
An organization focused on empowering Black residents in Indianapolis has received a huge boost as one of the first recipients of funding through the Indianapolis African American Quality of Life initiatives.
Stitch, an Indianapolis-based software consultancy, was founded in July by three former leaders at Indianapolis-based Lev. Stitch now has about 20 employees, a number its CEO says could grow to 150 or more over the next three years.
Indiana’s entrepreneurial community has high hopes that the new service will help attract more out-of-state investment in Hoosier startups.
Abby Vitale’s struggle to find sneakers she liked in a woman’s size 7 last year at a shoe resellers’ convention has led to a growing business and has established an online community for female sneakerheads.
Prevounce Health already had two remote employees here, and the central location and business-friendly climate were appealing. The company moved here in October, taking office and warehouse space on Post Road.
The desire to connect with people who are passionate about anything with wheels and a motor led entrepreneur Jay Farmer to open Motor District Garage Condos in Westfield.
Paul Dytmire and Andy Klotz are learning it requires patience and money to develop and sell a product that helps cornhole players answer an often-heard question: “What’s the score?”
Directors Josh Boone and Josh Trank are two of 11 partners in new digital filmmaking company Helix Pictures Inc.
The drink, flavored water infused with vodka, debuted just 16 months ago. The company operates out of Ferdinand, 15 miles south of Jasper, and the product is manufactured in Indianapolis.
Randy De John experienced the flaws of the food-delivery industry firsthand at his home in Fishers. So, being a restaurant industry veteran of 37 years and a former managing partner at Casler’s Kitchen & Bar, he decided to do something about it.
San Francisco-based Anchorage Digital Bank, which announced in January its plans to open an Indiana office, is the subject of a consent order issued by federal banking regulators. But both the regulators and Anchorage say the bank is working to come into compliance with Bank Secrecy Act and anti-money-laundering regulations.