A total of 16 individuals, companies and organizations were named as winners in TechPoint’s annual Mira Awards. Awards were presented at a black-tie gala Saturday night.
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Companies have had to figure out ways to support their Ukraine-based workers while also keeping business moving in a time of huge disruption.
Indiana companies landed $1.4 billion in investments last year–a record amount, and nearly triple the value of investments in 2020, a new Elevate Ventures report says.
The nominees for the Indiana-based awards include newly-launched startups and growing scale-up companies that have developed technologies for a variety of industries, including health care, transportation and logistics, and business intelligence and operations.
DriverReach, founded in 2016, offers a platform that makes it easier for customers to hire commercial truck drivers. The company said it plans to use its additional funding on hiring and product research and development.
Indianapolis-based Republic Airways, along with Rolls-Royce, are among numerous investors in Eve, an urban air mobility company that aims to develop an international network of electric vertical-lift aircraft.
Delivra’s new owner, British Columbia-based Redbrick, said the company’s operations will remain in Indianapolis and all of its employees will retain their jobs.
T2, founded in 1994, provides parking-management hardware and software to universities, municipalities, parking operators, health care facilities and transportation hubs. It has more than 1,900 customers.
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.
The online resource, set to launch in beta mode in the next several weeks, will be a place where academic and business users can access anonymized sports and fitness data sets, use it to solve business problems, and learn about job opportunities.
Technology companies that led the charge into remote work as the pandemic unfurled are confronting a new challenge: how, when and even whether they should bring long-isolated employees back to offices that have been designed for teamwork.
Google, Microsoft, Apple, Amazon and Amazon were among the companies committed to investing billions of dollars or develop programs to strengthen cybersecurity defenses and to train skilled workers, the White House announced Wednesday
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.
Mobile reCell announced Thursday it will triple its workforce, growing to about 70 employees by the end of year after opening a new headquarters last month.
Wunderkind Corp., a digital marketing company that was known as BounceX until last year, said it would co-locate its operations with SmarterHQ, which continues to maintain its own branding, at 9102 N. Meridian St.
A six-month public shuttle service will launch in Indianapolis in May and in Fishers in November. The project is backed by the Toyota Mobility Foundation and numerous other public and private partners.