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Q&A: 120WaterAudit eyes big growth after pivot

Megan Glover, an Angie’s List and Compendium Software alum, started 120WaterAudit in 2016 with the idea of targeting residential consumers nationwide with a water-testing kit that cost $120 every four months.

With water problems in Flint, Michigan, top of mind, the market had some traction. But in 2017, Glover encountered strong interest in the service from a different clientele base—municipal water utilities.

Source: Indianapolis Business Journal
Date: May 2, 2019

Best New Home 2019: 21st-Century Modern Farmhouse Gets the Big Things Right

BEST NEW HOME: It’s hard enough to build a house that delivers style, function, and energy-efficiency. To do so on a limited budget is laudable. This year’s Best New House—a collaboration between Dan Porzel of Cedar Street Builders, architect David Rausch, and homeowners Kelsey and Tyler Johnston—is a perfect example.

Source: FineHomebuilding
Date: May 2019

120WaterAudit Wins Global Pitch Competition

SAN FRANCISCO – Zionsville-based 120WaterAudit LLC is adding to its list of accolades. The cloud-based water testing and services platform took the top prize this week in a pitch competition as part of the ImagineH20 global accelerator, which featured a dozen other companies from five countries.

Source: Inside Indiana Business
Date: March 22, 2019

Brackets For Good Launches New Program

INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis-based Brackets For Good Inc. is changing up its annual fundraising program. The sports-themed fundraising organization has launched Champ’s Charity Challenge, in which users can fill out brackets for the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament in the name of their charity of choice.

Source: Inside Indiana Business
Date: March 18, 2019

Girl Power: Females take the lead in several growing Zionsville businesses

Female entrepreneurship is growing across the nation, and Indiana is one of the more fertile places for women-owned businesses. A study commissioned by American Express revealed that four out of every 10 businesses are owned by women, reflected a 58 percent growth rate during the past decade. 

Source: Current Publishing
Date: March 5, 2019

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