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Zionsville entrepreneur awarded coworking membership

The Boone County Economic Development Corporation (Boone EDC), in conjunction with zWORKS, awarded Zionsville entrepreneur Matt Phillips, CEO and co-founder of an online lifestyle retail corporation called Parker Gwen, a membership to the zWORKS co-working space.

“Through the GROW Program, the Boone EDC awards an annual membership for zWORKS to an entrepreneur or small business owner seeking to grow and expand here in Boone County,” said Boone EDC Deputy Director Ben Worrell. “We are excited to take part in Matt’s next step as an entrepreneur and we look forward to watching him thrive at zWORKS.”

Source: Zionsville Times Sentinel
Date: June 25, 2018

New board members for zWORKS

Zionsville’s entrepreneurial and coworking center zWORKS has announced its new board of directors. zWORKS members include entrepreneurs, start-up company owners, and home-office based workers, who have 24/7 access to great work/meet/collaborative space and innovative programming via two locations off the brick Main Street in Zionsville.

Source: Zionsville Times Sentinel
Date: June 25, 2018

Podcaster to help promote zWorks businesses

Sean Sullivan has been in Zionsville only two years but is firmly entrenched in the community.

He has become the go-to podcaster at zWorks and is a member of the Lion’s Club as well as a volunteer for the Lilly Scholars board of directors. He grew up in Kokomo and graduated from Butler University in 2012 with a degree in marketing and finance with a concentration in risk management. He was a Lilly Scholar.

Source: Current Publishing
Date: June 25, 2018

Inventor launches medical tech company

Mark Plaskow is helping to combine artificial intelligence with human health care.

Plaskow recently started the medical technology company, PAEAN Clinical, in Zionsville after he sold American Health Technology. A team of investors was interested in his medical imaging technology, which led to the launch of PAEAN Clinical. The company created an automated portable microscope and wants to connect with those in and out of the bioscience fields who have an interest in utilizing AI to help improve medical testing.

Source: Current Publishing
Date: June 23, 2018

WorkHere wins Innovation of the Year Mira Award

Recruitment and workforce development platform WorkHere won the Innovation of the Year award during TechPoint’s 19th annual Mira Awards gala honoring the best of tech in Indiana.

Two macroeconomic shifts are occurring, sustained unemployment levels below 4 percent and more jobs are falling into the gig economy. WorkHere is uniquely suited to help both sides of the evolving labor market as a recruitment and workforce development platform that pioneered using mobile device GPS to help employers find people close to their locations.

Source: TechPoint
Date: April 29, 2018

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