Juristat is using big data to predict the future… at least for your patent application. The Software as a Service (SaaS) company allows users to plot their chance of success in all aspects of the patent application process. Among the many features, Juristat can tell an attorney the number of allowed (approved), pending and abandoned patent…Read More
CEDAR FALLS, IOWA—Lately is seems like Iowa’s Cedar Valley is buzzing with activity.
There have been beers enjoyed during Tech Brews, coffee sipped during 1 Million Cups and, on the heels of Up the Valley, the community’s first Startup Weekend Cedar Falls.Read More
LAWRENCE, KAN.—About 40 miles southwest of Kansas City, you’ll find Lawrence, Kan., the home of the University of Kansas but also of a burgeoning startup community. Now, the city will celebrate another community rite of passage by hosting a Startup Weekend Sept. 26-28.Read More
At this point, Startup Weekends are fairly common occurrences across entrepreneurial communities. But it’s not often that four Startup Weekends are organized within a few weeks of each other in the same state.
Starting on Sept. 5, there will be four Startup Weekends hosted across Iowa—Sioux City, Iowa City, Des Moines and Cedar Falls—in the span of just over two months…Read More
In the past 25 years, walk-in traffic at banks has dropped 90 percent.
And with that decline, so has the opportunity to talk with customers.Read More
Startup Weekend and the Startup America Partnership—both supported by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation—today announced they will start up a joint organization, UP Global, a “full-spectrum support service” intended to take entrepreneurs from pre-idea through high-growth …Read More
Sara Magnussen has been working remotely for Seattle-based Startup Weekend’s community support team for almost two years. Traveling from her home …Read More
As a large corporation participating in the startup space, one of Sprint’s core objectives is to help cultivate an entrepreneurial community in Kansas City. If you are like me, you are still learning exactly what that means. Clearly there are benefits to engaging in this space, but what are those benefits? Why should corporations care and ultimately help startups and entrepreneurs?
When Sprint first engaged in the startup and entrepreneurial community in Kansas City, we got this question a lot. And my answer really hasn’t changed much since our first interaction at Hack the Midwest in the summer …Read More
Now Ames, Iowa entrepreneurs, developers, designers and tech enthusiasts have the opportunity to participate in the “global grassroots movement” …Read More