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Posts ByBrandon Brown - AZ Tech Beat

Startup FreeBike Project uses tech & social to enhance its green ads

March 25, 2014 |

FreeBike Project is finding away to add technology to a business that does not seem like it needs it.

FreeBike Project puts advertisements on bicycles and then leases those bikes to college students for free. It seems like a pretty … Read More

Gilbert’s EZ Spaces opens – a collaborative co-working space for small businesses

March 25, 2014 |

If small business owners are tired of working from home or coffee shops or are tired of paying for office space they do not need, EZ Spaces might be the answer.

EZ Spaces, which is located in Gilbert, gives people … Read More

Startup GLTYR app creates online content through your mobile device

March 20, 2014 |

A new Arizona-based startup wants everybody to have the ability to create online content through their phone.

GLTYR, which stands for “Give Life To Your Reality”, is a mobile app that allows users to create web pages with text, photo, … Read More

Arizona named 3rd largest for job growth

March 18, 2014 |

The Arizona economy is off to a good start this year. According to numbers released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Monday, Arizona had the third largest job growth so far this year.

The state added 8,600 jobs from … Read More

Startup Outski wants you to save up for vacation with a 401(play)

March 18, 2014 |

If a social media site, a travel site and an online banking site were all put into a blender, the outcome might be Outski.

Like most travel websites, Tucson-based Outski users can search and book flights and hotels through the … Read More

Lil hackers: Where AZ kids learn to code

March 11, 2014 | 2

Children are exposed to technology at a younger age, so it makes sense that more kids are interested in computer programing and coding.

“Kids are naturally interested in this area,” said Kelly Smith, founder of the Mesa Code Club.

Teaching … Read More

Pinnacle Transplant wins Venture Madness, $30K

March 7, 2014 |

Pinnacle Transplant Technologies, a Phoenix-based biotech company, and client company at the Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation (CEI), was named the Venture Madness champion and took home the grand prize of $30K. The competition began with 64 startups and drilled down to one … Read More

Top 4 startups battle for $50K at Venture Madness

March 7, 2014 |

Eight startups pitched their ideas this morning at Venture Madness, only four will will move on to the final rounds this afternoon.

The advancing companies are Contatta, Pinnacle Transplant Tech, ReplyBuy and Clear Demand.

The final four in the Venture … Read More

Mitel acquired Tempe software company OAISYS

March 7, 2014 |

OAISYS, a Tempe-based call center software company was acquired by business communications giant Mitel Monday.

“Mitel is a natural fit for OAISYS as we look to expand and grow our product range and reach,” said Brian Spencer, OAISYS CEO.

Mitel, … Read More

Southwest Maker Fest starts March 22

March 7, 2014 |

The first ever Southwest Maker Fest will take place on March 22 in downtown Mesa and the organizers are taking the “maker” movement to heart as they prepare for the event.

“There is a strong group of organizations and individuals … Read More