Lesbians Who Tech brings visibility to the community in Phoenix
Dec11

Lesbians Who Tech brings visibility to the community in Phoenix

Lesbians Who Tech is an inclusive and non-conforming community for queer women who are in or around the tech space. This group is open to the allies that support these women and is a safe space to be more visible to others and to get more women, queer or not, in the technology community. Lesbians Who Tech is the most substantial LGBTQ network of technologist in the world. They serve over 25,000 women and their allies across the globe....

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ASU startup teaches the community about robot design
Nov27

ASU startup teaches the community about robot design

Make-A-Pede is an open source robotics platform with a centipede-like motion that allows the robot to expand with ease as more modules are added. This robot kit was developed by ASU junior, Cole Brauer, who is a Robotics major, and his younger brother Jude Brauer. The two brothers formed the kit with the community in mind. With the app that comes along with the kit, it is designed to promote conversation through the forum so users can...

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Invest Southwest opens entry to Venture Madness pitch competition
Nov03

Invest Southwest opens entry to Venture Madness pitch competition

  Invest Southwest, a nonprofit committed to helping regional startups succeed since 1992, announced last week that interested parties may now apply for their annual Venture Madness pitch competition. Venture Madness, presented in partnership with the Arizona Commerce Authority, will feature 24 promising startups competing to win a large sum. Each of the four category winner will win $10,000, with the grand prize winner taking...

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Five flexible lease options for tech companies besides co-working
Oct31

Five flexible lease options for tech companies besides co-working

Five flexible lease options for tech companies besides co-working Building an engaging environment in the technology sector is becoming increasingly important to attracting and retaining employees. Tech giants are pouring resources into state-of-the-art spaces but not all small to mid-stage companies are able to do the same. Construction costs continue to grow and, therefore, it costs 30% more today to build an engaging workplace than...

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Why technology leasing makes sense for startups
Mar30

Why technology leasing makes sense for startups

Is your business looking to increase cash flow? One technique, which has benefited large, established businesses for years, is now seeing a huge growth in popularity among startups and smaller companies.  It’s called technology leasing. Technology directly affects the flow of business. According to a study from Techaisle, 52 percent of small- to medium-sized businesses report that “technology helps drive the direction of their...

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