“If we fail to adapt, we fail to move forward." — John Wooden, legendary basketball coach
- eBlu raises $11.4M
- RxLightning joins global program
- UofL and Harvard work on new therapy
- Tax breaks for cryptocurrency miners
- UK helps grow STEM careers
- Your car and your smartphone
- Want to find a Midwest unicorn?
- Discover regional innovation
- Around the Region
April 12, 2021
RxLightning to work with Microsoft
New Albany-based healthcare tech company RxLightning has been inducted into Microsoft for Startups, a global program dedicated to accelerating the trajectory of high-potential B2B startups to enable growth at scale. RxLightning was founded in 2020.
UofL and Harvard work on new therapy
Tax breaks for cryptocurrency miners
UK helps grow STEM careers
Your car and your smartphone
Louisville-based startup AutoBio has developed a removable window cling for the car with a code that can be scanned to get all the car's info on the user's smartphone.
Want to find a Midwest unicorn?
Co-hosted by InvestMidwest and MGCS, the Midwest Venture Showcase will not only highlight high-growth Midwestern companies, but also include panels like “Why Invest in the Midwest,” “Diversity & Inclusion in Investing,” and “Midwest Unicorns Are Real” as well as informative topics like “Venture Debt 101.”
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