Carrie Griffith thought there would be a demand for her photo editing and cataloging app, Little Nugget, which she developed during her first child’s nap time. But even she has been surprised at how quickly her new business has grown. Now she’s looking for funding to speed up growth even more.
Indianapolis-based Epogee LLC has developed a fat substitute to reduce the calories in sweets and other comfort foods. The new investment will allow the firm to scale up.
Indiana University has launched a support program at all its campuses that school officials hope will lead to an onslaught of startups coming out of the school.
Experts are mixed on whether the buyout barrage is cause for concern or validation of success.
He thinks his ride-share company, Bloomington-based Nomad Rides, has a unique business model that can carve out market share from goliaths Uber and Lyft.
When Goshen native Luke Jacobs, an environmental scientist and self-taught techie, developed software to streamline his job, he got a tepid response from his employer. Displeased, he tapped his brainiac brother and equally smart Indiana University classmate to start their own firm.
The startup, which has been operating under the radar for several months, aims to connect companies and workers who share a common mission or purpose.
Elevate Ventures, Bloomington-based incubator The Mill and the Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday announced they have entered a three-year agreement to invest $2.5 million to bolster the entrepreneurial ecosystems in Bartholomew, Brown and Monroe counties.
Since starting his own personal training business while attending Indiana University, 30-year-old Tyler Davis has helped hundreds of clients stay on top of their game. His new startup focuses on clients who travel a lot.
FreightRover—which began as part of the Indianapolis trucking company Celadon Group—sells software that helps clients optimize freight flow and streamline carrier payments for shippers, carriers and drivers.
A wave of corporations in central Indiana is creating venture capital arms, pushed partly by the desire to join the technological movement.
Leaders at locally based Perceivant hope to move to the head of the class with a platform they say offers a unique blend of customization and two-way communication between students and their instructors.
The company’s founders used millions of dollars in capital from their original company—which offered print and direct-mail services—to launch a software division.
Crazy Horse Hops started with five acres of hops and has expanded steadily since. It’s also putting the finishing touches on a warehouse and processing facility.
Aaron Marshall has used his passion to fuel his business—and the result is Naptown Thrift, a vintage clothing store specializing in the 1980s and 1990s.
Ellie Symes, CEO of The Bee Corp., talks with host Mason King about being a young entrepreneur, taking risks and pivoting when you have to to make your company stronger.
Nationally ranked firm Gener8tor has announced the five participants for its gBeta Indy fall class. They range from a company automating emotion recognition for user experience researchers to a consumer app for organizing, editing, and sharing milestone baby photos.
After InXInnovate LTD suddenly cancelled its local event this fall, the Venture Club of Indiana was forced to hustle to re-schedule their annual Innovation Showcase. With the help of The Heritage Group and other corporate supporters, it’s now set for October.
Jonathan Partlow is founder of Fishers-based ag-tech company Aggressively Organic, a company focused on ending food insecurity by innovating agricultural practices.