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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Desarrollo opens co-working space in the heart of Tempe tech

July 31, 2014 |

Desarrollo has found a new home in Tempe with a bigger location to better serve the growing tech community.

They were previously housed within Infusionsoft but the tech incubator was looking to expand and open a co-working space, and saw … Read More

Startup GESDATE help farmers manage herd hookups via mooobile

July 31, 2014 |

GESDATE LLC, a Gilbert-based startup, is getting in the agriculture/livestock industry and built a  mobile and web application to help farmers with herd management. The app and BI web portal allows breeders to manage data affiliated with their herd.

“Our … Read More

Waiting in line sucks. Bypass it with new app

July 31, 2014 |

Ever have just one item you needed to pick up at the store? You’re in a huge rush, but when you go to checkout, all the cash registers are backed up with lines and lines of people.

Wouldn’t it be … Read More

TASER Q2 report shows increased sales for body-cams among local police depts.

July 30, 2014 |

Taser International Inc., a leading Conducted Electrical Weapons used by law enforcement, military and security around the world, released their quarterly earnings for 2014 at $37.2 million, a 13 percent decline resulting from higher expenses in sales, general and administrative … Read More

Silicon Valley Bank to dedicate $100M to AZ tech and life science cos

July 30, 2014 |

Silicon Valley Bank, a worldwide provider of commercial, international and private banking, announced today its plans for further expansion in Arizona. According to an official press release, the banking firm will create more IT and finance jobs at its Tempe … Read More

Startups, STEM and Hackschooling kick off Innovation AZ Summit 2014

July 30, 2014 |

Startups, STEM and SCITECH, oh my! It’s time again for entrepreneurs and educators from across the state to come together for the annual Arizona Innovation Summit on August 14, with the theme “From Inspiration to Commercialization”- this time at the Scottsdale … Read More

Home cooks make money doing what they love with startup InHouseCooks

July 29, 2014 | 1

The ability to whip up a delectable delight isn’t just for the professionals, but also for the food enthusiasts that like to cook a special dish that they mastered years ago. Wouldn’t it be cool if these special talents didn’t … Read More

Selfie, skinny, filter, emboss – top photo apps from AZ

July 29, 2014 | 2

You don’t need to be a professional to have fun with photography; if you have a smartphone, you too can create stills that tell a story. From simple selfies to elegant snapshots, check out the following photo apps from AZ … Read More

Startup Ruby Ride’s expansion brings new jobs to the Valley

July 28, 2014 |

The way we get around Phoenix has evolved over the years. We have steadily been branching out past our bus systems and taxi services, welcoming rideshare programs like Uber, Lyft and now, local newcomer, Ruby Ride.

The Phoenix-born subscription-based rideshare … Read More

Startup Solution 54 keeps it local and helps you find that rad snowboard

July 28, 2014 |

Have you ever walked into a local shop with a specific item in mind, let’s say a snowboard? The store might have amazing products, but not the perfect one you had in mind. So you leave the store disappointed without … Read More