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120WaterAudit moving operations

120WaterAudit, a cloud-based software company that helps customers plan, manage and execute water quality and infrastructure programs, made another move earlier this month, occupying the building that was formerly home to the Zionsville Times Sentinel. Business operations for the former zWORKS startup are now at 250 S. Elm St. and 120WaterAudit’s fulfillment department, which moved in May, is two blocks away on Main Street.

Source: Current Publishing
Date: Oct. 1, 2018

Clear Software Closes Funding Round

ZIONSVILLE – A Zionsville-based tech company has closed on a Series A round of funding. Clear Software, which provides a cloud-based automation platform for businesses, says the funding was led by Collina Ventures and included investors such as Angie’s List co-founder Bill Oesterle. Specific investment numbers are not being disclosed.

Source: Inside Indiana Business
Date: Aug. 22, 2018

Pave Preps First-of-its-Kind Lung Biopsy Device

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death, and doctors are clamoring for a better way to diagnose it. A Zionsville-based startup is creating a lung biopsy device that it says gives clinicians something they’ve never had before: a smaller needle and a safer tissue-collection process that produces a clearer diagnosis for the patient. Pave LLC leaders say it meets a critical need as personalized medicine transforms cancer treatment, because the advances demand a better biopsy.

“If you’re a patient, one of the things you really don’t want to hear is, ‘You went through this biopsy, you went through all this pain, and the tissue we received from this biopsy was non-diagnostic,’” says Pave President Doug Knoll. “In other words, you’re going to have to do this biopsy again.”

Source: Inside Indiana Business
Date: July 30, 2018

Couple sells Zionsville software firm nine years in the making

Zionsville-based Boosterville Inc.—which uses an app to connect cause-driven shoppers to businesses willing to donate a portion of sales to charity—has been acquired by Princeton, New Jersey-based Beyond, which plans to rebrand the program.

Financial terms of the deal, which closed in June, were not disclosed.

Boosterville co-founders Pam and Tom Cooper will remain with Beyond, which has about 500 employees.

Source: Indianapolis Business Journal
Date: July 27, 2018

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