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Adriane Goetz

Adriane Goetz

Adriane Goetz is a digital media professional with experience in online journalism, social media, community management and Paid Media (SEM). After receiving her Master's of Mass Communication in 2010, she spent the following year in Amsterdam working for mobile tech startup Layar and is now back in the Valley working in digital marketing. Twitter: @Adriaaaane

Posts By Adriane Goetz

Drupal Camp Phoenix Comes to ASU March 8 – 10

February 28, 2013 |

Drupal Camp Phoenix is a 2-day conference starting Friday, March 8, organized by professional Drupal organizations to promote and advance the Drupal community in Arizona and the Southwest region. The event brings together local professionals interested in learning about … Read More

ASU and Scottsdale Libraries Will Launch “Eureka” Co-working Spaces

February 22, 2013 | 4

ASU Venture Catalyst and the Scottsdale Public Library system are launching a new initiative called the Alexandria Network to help inventors, problem-solvers, social enterprises, entrepreneurs and small businesses. The Alexandria Network is designed to provide support for the innovation economy within … Read More

Big Data From Little Scottsdale: Stremor’s New Heuristic Search Tools

February 12, 2013 |

When it comes to online search, relevance is everything, right? Unfortunately, “relevance” as we presently know it may not be enough.

According to Scottsdale-based Stremor CEO Bill Irvine, “Relevance is no longer relevant. Too many results on the first page … Read More

eAuditPro Software Makes Commercial Energy Audits Cheaper & Easier Than Ever

February 6, 2013 | 10

For those who own or manage commercial property, poor energy efficiency equates to a direct loss in revenue. Unfortunately, while they would like to identify and repair these inefficiencies, hiring a contractor to perform an energy audit generally takes … Read More

Seed Spot Is Growing Innovation In Downtown Phoenix’s Warehouse District

December 5, 2012 | 1

There’s plenty of excitement brewing in Downtown Phoenix’s historic Levine Machine building (est. 1917) these days, as the one-time machinery repair building in the heart of the warehouse district is now home to several local startups, including the nonprofit incubator Seed Spot.

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Techiepalooza 2.0 Recap: Fewer People, More Free Stuff

November 16, 2012 | 2

We headed down to ASU SkySong yesterday for the second installment of Techiepalooza, a networking event hosted by ASU Venture Catalyst that is designed to bring the Phoenix entrepreneurial and tech community together.

Our first impression was that the event felt more organized … Read More

It’s Official: Uber has Launched In Phoenix!

November 15, 2012 | 4

Last month we mentioned that on-demand driving service Uber had soft launched in the Valley, enabling anyone who signs up for an Uber account to take full advantage of the service. As of yesterday, the company “officially” made Phoenix its 18th … Read More

On-Demand Driver App Uber Soft Launches in Phoenix

November 2, 2012 | 2

We were recently tipped off that San Francisco-based startup Uber has started “secretly” offering its on-demand driver services in the Phoenix metro area.

Founded in 2010, Uber is a service that connects passengers with drivers, predominantly through its mobile … Read More

Techiepalooza 2.0 Conference Takes Over ASU SkySong On November 15

October 29, 2012 |

Last June, ASU Venture Catalyst launched its first-ever Techiepalooza event with the goal of bringing the local entrepreneurial and … Read More

Phoenix-Based Axway Inc. Streamlines & Secures Business Interactions Worldwide

October 24, 2012 |

Enterprise companies deal with a high volume of sensitive data, internal processes, file transfers and other business-critical interactions, so it is essential that these businesses are able to manage and secure these interaction networks while keeping up with current … Read More