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Monthly Archives: June 2013

appsFreedom Raises $3 Million in Series A Funding Round Led by Grayhawk Capital

June 14, 2013 |

The last few months have been extremely successful for appsFreedom, an enterprise mobile cloud software company, with a number of pre-integrated and ready-to-use mobile applications for business management. Within in the last two month, appsFreedom received a $3 million … Read More

“Don’t Fall In Love With Your Plan” Rick Smith of TASER – Entrepreneur Advice From Arizona Innovation Summit

June 13, 2013 |

Arizona Commerce Authority and MIT Enterprise Forum Phoenix hosted the first Innovation Arizona Summit yesterday at Tempe Center for the Arts. Hundreds of entrepreneurs, techies and investors gathered to learn more about improving our community and the importance of … Read More

Startup TheraSpecs Lens Help Prevent Migraines & Eyestrain

June 13, 2013 | 1

TheraSpecs are precision tinted glasses that filter certain wavelengths of light that often cause headaches, migraines, eyestrain, photophobia, epilepsy, and many other health problems.

Founder Hart Shafer explains that TheraSpecs “was born out of a personal need.” His wife, … Read More

Arizona Innovation Challenge Winners to Share a $1.5 million pot

June 12, 2013 |

The first Innovation Arizona Summit, took place last night at the Tempe Center for the Arts. This summit was a joint effort between MIT Enterprise Forum Phoenix and Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA). The ACA announced the winners of the … Read More

GeniusMenu Launches – An Interactive Dining Menu With a Social Media Twist

June 12, 2013 |

Venkat Nallapati, President & CEO of AdeptPros, is launching his next brainchild GeniusMenu, a mobile application designed for restaurants as an interactive menu that integrates social media, marketing, coupons, POS and payment systems into the dining experience, tonight at … Read More

“Needless to Say, I Was Pissed…” How Brett Turned Frustration Into a Startup–brettapproved

June 11, 2013 |

Founder Brett Heising developed the first travel booking site and review platform for individuals with permanent disabilities and mobility impairment. Heising, who lives with a permanent disability,  explains that brettapproved came out of a “final straw” scenario. While finalizing … Read More

Gadgets for the Guru

June 7, 2013 |

This miniature projector, iPower Sight, connects to most smartphones, tablets, computers and game consoles via a HDMI/MHL cable. The device can project sporting games, movies, PowerPoint shows and photos up to a 200 inch diagonal screen from up to … Read More

Gadgets For The Guru

June 7, 2013 |

The AZTB team receives many tech gadgets to review–this one came from ADE Germany and has a combination for the health conscious or those looking to lose weight.

The Joy Digital Scale will not only weigh your food, but … Read More

Startup Aims to Save High School Clubs

June 7, 2013 |

How does the future of philanthropy relate to high school student clubs? With her company, Support My Club, Amy Armstrong has linked the two fulfilling activities. Support My Club is an organization with a pay-it-forward mindset. The organization connects … Read More

A Beer Run, Edu Apps & High-Speed Databases – ASU Furnace Demo Day – Recap

June 6, 2013 |

The first Demo Day from ASU Furnace kicked off at SkySong, Wednesday June 5, packed with Arizona investors, incubators, mentors and visionaries ready to learn more about the companies vying for funding and resources. Startup companies covered a wide-range of … Read More