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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Austin-based OutboundEngine expands to Scottsdale bringing 60 jobs

March 31, 2015 |

Austin-based social media and content marketing platform, OutboundEngine, has expanded to Old Town Scottsdale bringing 60 new jobs over the next year.

CEO of OutboundEngine Branndon Stewart said he chose Arizona and more specifically Scottsdale because, “Arizona has a friendly … Read More

Small businesses matter, new mobile products and Cold Play – CEO Clate Mask kicks off ICON 15

March 31, 2015 |

Photo contribution by Thomas Hawthorne

Cold Play’s Sky Full of Stars lyrics filled the Phoenix Convention Center as CEO and co-founder Clate Mask of Infusionsoft made his way to center stage and kicked off ICON15 to a crowd of over … Read More

GPEC and BioAccel awarded federal grants to fuel AZ innovation

March 30, 2015 |

Federal grant money is headed for Phoenix to help fuel the startup scene. Today, the U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker announced that BioAccel and the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) were two of the first 26 recipients to receive a … Read More

Forbes names AZ companies in America’s Best Employers 2015

March 30, 2015 |

Forbes unveiled their list of America’s Best Employers for 2015 and several Arizona companies ranked high on the list of the 500 companies recognized across 25 industries. A few of these companies have their headquarters in Arizona while the others … Read More

Southwest Maker Fest hope to create culture of makers – wrap up

March 30, 2015 |

Inventors from across the Valley gathered over the weekend in downtown Mesa for the second annual Southwest Maker Fest. Exhibitors displayed robotics, artistic pieces and more for everyone to come and enjoy.

The event has doubled in size and aims … Read More

Raising money? Then you better know your numbers – women in tech wrap-up

March 27, 2015 |

With more women entrepreneurs emerging in the tech market, raising capital is first and foremost on the minds of founders. During the AZTB women in technology breakfast, a panel of founders and an investor shared their secrets to getting funded.

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Arizona school ranked best for online programs in 2015

March 27, 2015 |

In a recent ranking by Bestcollegereviews.org, Northern Arizona State University was listed as the number one online school of 2015.

NAU made the number one slot by offering 45 bachelors degrees that can be completed entirely online. Overall, the school … Read More

Healthiest You launches app to keep you out of the ER

March 26, 2015 |

Healthcare just became a little bit easier with the recent launch of Healthiest You‘s new mobile app. Healthiest You, a Scottsdale-based telehealth company, built the app to offer both mobile and desktop users free consultations with doctors, area-based procedure cost comparisons, provider … Read More

UA Online to offer 21 new undergrad degrees

March 25, 2015 |

The University of Arizona has launched a new online educational platform where students choose from 21  undergraduate degrees under the new UA Online campus.

“We are thrilled that prospective students — from busy professionals advancing their careers and parents returning … Read More

Cypress Growth Capital invests $2 million in Genius Monkey

March 24, 2015 |

Texas-based Cypress Growth Capital made its first Arizona investment at a Tempe-based digital advertising consultant, Genius Monkey. The investment of $2,000,000 was royalty-based.

Genius Monkey will use the funding to further develop its artificial intelligence behind its advertising software, according to … Read More