85 East Cedar St.
Zionsville, IN 46077
Matt Phillips of Zionsville spent 13 years working in retail before leaving the corporate world to launch his own online retailer last year.
Parker Gwen, an ode to his children’s names, is the culmination of time Phillips spent working for Best Buy, Groupon Goods and HH Gregg. And it’s a response to what he believes is largely missing from today’s shopping experience: a one-stop shop for all the products that fill your home.
Source: Indianapolis Business Journal
Date: Nov. 16, 2018
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Source: Drink Culture
Date: Nov. 13, 2018
A water quality technology and testing startup is on a roll, garnering international attention after winning a high-profile competition. 120WaterAudit has secured millions in funding and sit downs with the Obama’s.
Source: Inside Indiana Business
Date: Nov. 6, 2018
JASPER, Ind. – Last night, Southwest Indiana showcased entrepreneurs and startups across the state through the second annual Dubois County Pitch Competition at Brew in Jasper, Ind.
Individuals and teams shared their business, innovation, or entrepreneurial idea before a panel of judges in hopes of earning prize money to invest in their startup. The competition allowed 12 entrepreneurs four minutes to pitch their idea and two minutes to answer questions. Judges scored companies based on team, market fit, product/solution, customer traction or roadmap and their overall presentations. Judges included Jason Salstrom, Director of Purdue Foundry at Westgate; Brenda Stallings, CEO at Matrix Integration; and Katie Birge, Executive Director at Launch Indy.
Source: Elevate Ventures
Date: Nov. 6, 2018
You’re a volunteer at a festival with a crowd of thousands and a frantic mother tells you her little girl has wandered off. What do you do?
Jim Martin has an app for that.
It’s called Playbook and it’s the flagship product of his innovative startup company called Venue Intelligence, operating out of the zWorks office facilities at 85 E. Cedar St., Zionsville.
Source: Lebanon Reporter
Date: Nov. 1, 2018