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AZ Tech Beat | May 23, 2019

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Lanni Solochek

Lanni Solochek

Lanni is a freelance writer and journalism student with a passion for technology. She contributes to the local tech community through her involvement with multiple blogs and Gangplank initiatives. In her free time, Lanni enjoys exploring Netflix, teaching herself how to code, and tinkering with her new tech toys.

Posts By Lanni Solochek

Co-Founder Matching Service Launches in Phoenix

July 9, 2013 |

CoFoundersLab, an entrepreneur matching service that helps founders find co-founders, will be launching in Phoenix on July 16th. Through online matching or in-person meetups, CoFoundersLab help connect you with a partner for your business. The success of CoFoundersLab relies … Read More

Homejoy, an Online Booking Home Cleaning Service, Launches in Phoenix

July 2, 2013 | 7

Homejoy, an online booking company designed to ease the process of finding someone to clean your home, launched in Phoenix in June. Whether you need a one-time clean or to find someone trusted and background checked to return to … Read More

Localeikki: Startup Helping Travelers Find a Good Place to Run, Hike or Cycle

July 1, 2013 |

Localeikki, a Flagstaff-based startup, developed a community-based mobile app and website that helps travelers locate running, hiking and cycling trails around the country complete with ratings, amenity listings and photos. As well, you can simply find a regularly scheduled … Read More

CareerBuilder 2013 List – Best Places to Work in AZ

June 26, 2013 |

CareerBuilder recently released their 2013 list of the Top Companies to Work for in Arizona. Businesses are separated and listed by their number of employees, stretching from the 25-50 employees category to 1000 or more. As well, there are … Read More

Desarrollo, Not Your Typical Incubator, Launches Today

June 25, 2013 | 2

desarrollo, a community-based initiative, launched today and has its eyes on the prize of developing Arizona into the premiere destination for entrepreneurs. Inspired by incubator programs around the world, desarrollo aims to “develop a community of collaboration, growth, knowledge … Read More

Tap the Future – Entrepreneur Competition with Daymond John open for entries

June 25, 2013 |

Tap the Future™, Miller Lite’s business competition, officially opened for entries on June 13th. The competition puts entrepreneurs against each other for a prize pool of $400,000. There are three phases to the process: Phase … Read More

MoneyClip Mobile – Helping Customers Buy Stuff through their Smartphones

June 25, 2013 | 3

The concept of a “virtual wallet” has been developed and practiced for years, but there’s nothing quite as efficient and effective as MoneyClip Mobile. A two-part app for merchants and customers, MoneyClip Mobile negates the need for carrying a … Read More

BizAnytime: A Collaborative Cloud-Based Workspace for Small Businesses

June 19, 2013 |

BizAnytime, an online collaborative workstation, is moving out of beta and into the world of mobile workspaces. I spoke to CEO Leif Hartwig last week about the past, present, and future of his company, why it’s important to have … Read More

Arizona Mining Software Company Wins Presidential E-Award

June 18, 2013 |

Mintec, a mining management software company based in Tucson recently received the President’s E-Award for Exports, the highest honor a U.S.-based company can receive for expanding exports. MineSight, their flagship product is a comprehensive modeling and mine planning software … Read More

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