“We adapt to technological progress by raising our minimum standards of living and working to stay above this rising threshold.” — Jon Lonsdale, co-founder of global software company Palantir
- H Ventures Partners closes on debut fund
- Vaccine platform licensed
- GE Aviation embraces additive manufacturing tech
- Miami's new fund addresses diversity
- Cincinnati Insurance Company wins award
- NKU adds animation degree track
- Best places to work in IT
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July 19, 2021
H Ventures Partners closes on debut fund
H Venture Partners closed on its debut venture capital fund. The female-founded, owned, and controlled VC firm raised over $10 million. Founder and managing partner Elizabeth Edwards said in a statement that the fund will look to transform the way people live: “We do that by putting money in the hands of exceptional founders who are launching science-based brands that reflect the diverse needs of our communities.”
Vaccine platform licensed
GE Aviation embraces additive manufacturing tech
Miami's new fund addresses diversity
Cincinnati Insurance Company wins award
The Cincinnati Insurance Company will receive an Impact Award from the Novarica Insurance Technology Research Council for a configurator it built that ingests algorithms to the rating engine without code. The tool has already saved 3,500 coding hours and reduced time to code rating algorithms by 75%.
NKU adds animation degree track
Best places to work in IT
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