Render Capital invests in Kare Mobile

Louisville-based Kare Mobile has landed a $250,000 investment from Render Capital. Kare Mobile, which has developed a proprietary software, uses vans as mobile dental offices.

UofL releases report for health care transformation

An NHS-funded research center, the University of Louisville Center for Health Organization Transformation (CHOT), has released a report that identifies meaningful opportunities to improve the health and well-being of individuals throughout the United States, while reducing health care spending.

Louisville in top 20 in best cities for women in tech

SmartAsset has released seventh annual study on the best cities for women in tech analyzed data to identify the best cities for women tech workers. Louisville is tied for 18th place on the list with 26 percent of tech jobs currently filled by women.

A home for early-stage, high tech companies

Representatives from the University of Kentucky, the Woodbury Corporation and state and local officials have broken ground on a $15 million development that will soon become a home for early stage, high-tech companies from across Kentucky.

HEN announces its 2021 Healthcare Fellows

Health Enterprises Network (HEN) has announced its 2021 Healthcare Fellows. The 19 healthcare executives will participate in a 10-month program where they will explore the healthcare sector, develop their industry knowledge, hone their leadership skills and expand their professional connections. You can see the full list of the Fellows by clicking here.

Tech for reducing pathogens in air

Trim.co, a company that is redefining the workplace experience with Salon Services at work, has rolled out a mobile, self-contained cleaning device that uses ultraviolet emitting radiation technology to reduce pathogens in the air. You can see it in action here.