"Soon after, I returned home to my family, with a determination to bring them as soon as possible to live in Kentucky, which I esteemed a second paradise, at the risk of my life and fortune." — Daniel Boone
- Talaris goes public
- Forecastr closes $2.5M round
- PBS NewsHour features GE & Interapt
- Goodwill leverages VR
- New research at UK
- Going electric
- VividCharts closes seed round
- Corning Inc. awarded $46M
- Vogt Awards
- 200 more innovative companies?
May 17, 2021
Talaris' initial public offering
Forecastr closes funding round
GE Appliances and Interapt partner
Goodwill offers VR interview training
Goodwill Industries of Kentucky has launched Project Overcome, a virtual reality experience that helps individuals with criminal backgrounds secure employment. Clients go through a mock interview simulation and the feedback helps them sharpen their responses.
VividCharts closes seed round
Corning Inc. awarded $46M
Don’t Miss the Chance to Grow Your Startup!
The Community Foundation of Louisville’s Vogt Awards is looking for coachable founders of promising startups ready to take their business to the next level. This unique accelerator program provides entrepreneurs with $25,000 in grant funding, plus 10 weeks of education, coaching and mentorship to grow your startup. To cap it all off, you’ll present the progress of your startup to the Louisville business community at Vogt Demo Day in October. If selected, you’ll join the illustrious ranks of past winners RxLightning, Stuccco, BrainSTEM, Forecastr, Unitonomy, FreshFry, WeatherCheck and Inscope Medical, to name a few.
200 more innovative companies?
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