Venture Madness, the largest and longest running pitch contest in the Valley, has announced the names of 16 companies that will present at the event in March.
Startup + Incubator Network
The University of Arizona Center for Innovation (UACI) has teamed up with Perkins Coie LLP to sponsor one promising startup team with resources, facilities, services, and expert guidance to grow their business. The year-long program will also foster networking opportunities for its participants. In alignment with its mission to serve as a business incubator and […]
When Gregg Scoresby launched CampusLogic in 2011, he quickly realized he was among only a handful of early disruptors building large-scale software companies in Arizona. Bret Larsen had a similar experience when he launched the health care delivery platform eVisit in 2014. A decade later, much has changed. Arizona has evolved into a premier destination for technology, one that’s rapidly growing.
The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) announced today 10 companies have been selected as Awardees for the 2021 Arizona Innovation Challenge (AIC). The 10 companies will be added to the Arizona Innovation Challenge portfolio and participate in the ACA’s Venture Ready Accelerator, connecting companies with serial entrepreneurs, high-level executives, and subject matter experts.
The Arizona Commerce Authority has narrowed down the finalists for its 2021 Arizona Innovation Challenge. The 15 finalists were selected from a group of 26 semifinalists, who themselves were chosen from 110 applicants in the program.
The University of Arizona Center for Innovation (UACI) is pleased to announce the winning startups of the UACI Sponsored Launch program fueled by the Town of Sahuarita and the Freeport-McMoRan Foundation.
As further evidence that Tucson’s innovation ecosystem is a rising star at the national level, both Startup Tucson and The University of Arizona Center for Innovation (UACI) each secured $50,000 in prize money from the U.S. Small Business Administration. Tucson secured two out of the three Growth Accelerator Fund Competition prizes awarded in Arizona.
As the premier trade association for science and technology companies, the Arizona Technology Council is urging state legislators to extend the Small Business Capital Investment Incentive, commonly referred to as the angel investor tax credit, for another 10 years. This is a program that needs to be continued because it has helped Arizona’s economic success and helped Arizonans fulfill the American dream of being able to start and grow small businesses here and be able to provide for their families while supporting their communities.
Covid-19 has made it difficult for many this year, especially entrepreneurs, small businesses, and those just entering the workforce. To help, the University of Advancing Technology is offering something very unique for its upcoming grads and recent alumni through its technology startup coworking space, Perimeter83.
The University of Arizona Center for Innovation (UACI) is pleased to announce that it has received the soft landing designation from the International Business Innovation Association (InBIA). This designation was awarded to UACI because of its long-established reputation as a proven entrepreneurship center that has clearly demonstrated the capabilities necessary to provide resources and programming to international companies seeking new market entry in the United States.