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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Tucson’s AudioEye names new CEO

November 12, 2015 |

Tucson technology startup AudioEye today announced the appointment of Todd Bankofier as Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Carr Bettis will remain as Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board of Directors.

“Todd is a strong principled leader who cares deeply about making the … Read More

HealthiestYou raises $30M led by Frontier Capital – interview CEO Jim Prendergast

November 12, 2015 |

After going through an entire box of tissues, again, you head to the closest urgent care. The problem is you find out it’s not in-network and will be stuck with a large bill-what now? One Valley telemedicine startup is helping … Read More

$1 million in prizes up for grabs at the Challenge Cup

November 11, 2015 |

What would you do for your startup with a slice of $1 million in prizes?

Phoenix coworking space CO+HOOTS and global startup incubator 1776 are partnering up to bring the Challenge Cup, a global pitch tournament for the most promising, world- … Read More

Make it, fail, make it again, sell it – interview with UAT Provost Dr. David Bolman

November 11, 2015 |

Video contribution by Xavier Smith

Building a product, having it fail, going back to the drawing board and then figuring out how to get it to market is a “been there done that” mindset when a student leaves the University of … Read More

Scottsdale-based IT solutions company acquires ITonCommand

November 10, 2015 |

Scottsdale-based Trapp Technology, a provider of IT, Internet, voice, and cloud hosting solutions, has acquired ITonCommand, a Colorado-based IT solutions and consulting company. This will allow Trapp Technology to expand its services in Colorado.

“We recognized the intellectual property of … Read More

Rennection property management solution goes beyond the broken faucet

November 10, 2015 |

When it comes to tracking ones’ rental properties, maintenance records and monthly payments, the default organizational method means more spreadsheets, sticky notes and file folders for landlords. However, more startups are getting into the property management space and moving the paper pushing process … Read More

Weekend Reads: Lights Out, Improv and Unretirement

November 6, 2015 |

Every day is a good day to sit back, relax, and cuddle up with a good book. We may think that we don’t have time in our busy schedules to take an hour or two to immerse our minds in … Read More

Emailage determines fraud risk via e-mail

November 5, 2015 |

Ransomware, viruses, and fraud can all find its way to ones’ computer through email. A Chandler-based startup Emailage is the first in the fraud prevention space to use email to detect risk via email addresses.

“We are providing intelligent risk … Read More

#ExposeTheAwesome Community Tour highlights cool people, places and spaces in AZ

November 4, 2015 |

Co-working is not just an idea, it’s an action. The AZTB crew headed out this past summer to cool spaces and places for our #ExposeTheAwesome Community Tour and we did just that!

Through the power of social media, our readers got the … Read More

Arizona tech non-profits partner to help entrepreneurs raise capital

November 3, 2015 |

Non-profit collaborative network Arizona Collaboratory, Inc. and the Arizona Technology Council have formed an alliance to help Council members solicit and raise capital from investors around the U.S.

Arizona Technology Council members now have access to the Arizona Collaboratory portal, … Read More