Tech Startup News, powered by Zaphne for 05-31-2018

Technology Transfer

The University of Louisville actively supports entrepreneurial efforts by our faculty, staff, and students. The Office of Technology Transfer actively works with our creators and our external stakeholders to support these activities. The University does have certain requirements that must be fulfilled in order to effectively license to a start-up. First, the intellectual property has to be appropriate to a start-up – the OTT works with the creators of that IP to make that determination. Second, the IP must have been properly disclosed to the OTT – this allows us to make certain we are fulfilling any 3rd party obligations that may attach to that IP. 

Third, the start-up has to have a viable business plan, which must be provided to the OTT as part of license negotiations, before the OTT is able to execute a license to the start-up. Finally, the start-up has to have in place a business person who is not the UofL Creator under the IP Policy, and must also be actively seeking competent management for the business. The OTT is happy to assist our creators in navigating the requirements of creating a start-up – we actively work with our Office of Research Integrity, our Office of Industry Engagement, and others as needed or helpful. 

Keywords: [“start-up”,”OTT”,”Creator”]

QA Tester

The company has developed several Blockchain applications and is highly involved in innovative projects such as Fundchain, LabChain and Infrachain. To support our growth, we are currently looking for an ambitious QA Tester. Work within our team of passionate and talented engineers to develop effective test plans. Be involved in the elaboration of actual Blockchain Proofs-of-Concept and Products. Experience as a QA tester or similar role is a plus. 

Working knowledge of test management software is a plus. Challenge: work on disruptive Blockchain solutions. As a pioneer in the Blockchain technology in Europe, Scorechain develops a range of products and tools for Bitcoin and Blockchain technology. The aim is to assert the disruptive and amazing potential of blockchains. Scorechain has initiated Fundchain, the Luxembourg Blockchain Consortium and is involved in other Blockchain initiatives. 

The first commercial product is Scorechain Bitcoin Tracking platform that provides business intelligence and big data for the Bitcoin Blockchain to help users complying with regulation and avoiding ransomware activities. In 2016, the startup has been awarded ‘Finance Startup of the Year’ while being recognized as a leader for Blockchain technology development. 

Keywords: [“Blockchain”,”test”,”Scorechain”]

The Triangle’s Source for Tech & Startup News

Illinois-based AveXis bringing $55M gene therapy factory, 200 jobs to Durham. AveXis, an Illinois-based clinical-stage company developing gene therapies for neurological genetic diseases, is investing $55 million in a new Durham manufacturing facility that will create 200 jobs. Mark Zuckerberg apologizes to Europe for data scandal, fake news. Mark Zuckerberg apologized over how Facebook handled issues related to fake news, foreign interference in elections and the personal information of its users,. Startup Grind and Smashing Boxes will host celebration of women coupled with discussion of challenges female entrepreneurs encounter – and few men are signed up to attend. 

With competition for talent fierce, startups getting innovative in order to hire. With unemployment low and tech job openings high, Triangle startups are getting more creative in their search for talent. NCSU, UNC engineers report advance in biomedical prosthetic control. Researchers have developed new technology for decoding neuromuscular signals to control powered, prosthetic wrists and hands. 

Keywords: [“new”,”job”,”Startup”]

Plug and Play Startup Camp

Alireza Masrour is Managing Partner at Plug & Play Ventures, a place where he led more than 100 investments out of over 20,000 startup investment opportunity for the firm since 2008. Some of investments led by him are Kamcord, FiscalNote, Aarki, CreditSesame, HealthPocket which acquired by Health Insurance Innovations, Matcha which acquired by Apple, PasswordBox which acquired by McAfee/Intel, TrustGo which acquired by Baidu, GNS3 which was acquired by Solarwind, Flyr, Shippo, Virool, Skytree, eyeIO and BookingPal to name a few.

Prior to Plug and Play, he was Founder and CEO at NekaTel, one of the large Internet Airtime Distribution Networks, with over 800 retailers and millions of subscribers. Alireza grew NekaTel’s revenue from $0 to over $45M in less than 2 years. He was also Founder of VidaTel, offering mobile airtime distribution technology and sold the technology in 2007. He has prior Chemical Engineering and Management background/ MBA certificate from Tehran University and Sharif/Royal Roads. 

Keywords: [“acquired”,”over”,”investment”]

Tech For Britain & Tech Talent Conference

Bruce Daisley is in charge of Twitter across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. In this presentation Bruce will explore the science of the science of work culture in the tech sector. The digital revolution has changed our approach to work and with that our work culture is fast changing and we need to adopt to keep a productive workforce in operation. Expect insights into the productivity paradox, happiness at work and becoming a better driven workforce. In Nicks mind there is too much time spent on diving hard into tech trends and leaping on buzz words that might not work for you. 

Digital transformation is all well and good but what many of us tend to see, when this happens, is additional complexity. Deciphering the single bullet that will crack your talent acquisition challenges has seen billions of dollars being invested with little return. 

Keywords: [“work”,”talent”,”sustainable”]

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Tech Startup News, powered by Zaphne for 05-30-2018

Air Force courts tech startups > U.S. Air Force > Article Display

BOSTON – An idea that sprang from the minds of four captains at Squadron Officer School led to 10 startup companies pitching their ideas to Air Force Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Stephen W. Wilson, April 20, 2018 in Boston. The Techstars Autonomous Technology Accelerator for the Air Force Demo Day was packed with potential investors, Airmen, tech sector experts, government employees and small startup companies with ideas of how to improve the Air Force’s drone systems. These ideas included a nanotechnology paint and bonding substance that can block electronic signals, supply chain and logistics tracking tools and high speed, resilient drones that can fly on three rotors, or hit 50 miles per hour. 

The SOS think tank exercise encouraged small groups to compete to solve problems facing the Air Force. Benson witnessed startup lifecycles during his time at MIT, and only knew of one or two that had successfully landed government business. Government funding is seen by startups as either too slow to stabilize them, or too large to foster innovation, according to Warren Katz, Techstars managing director, which worked with the Air Force to mentor the companies and put on the event. The Air Force acquisition community has, as a result, been trying to calibrate the bureaucracy to successfully access startup ideas that are viable in the market without turning the fledgling companies into defense-sector reliant contractors. The accelerator event resulted from a partnership between Techstars and AFWERX, which sets up physical locations for people to pitch ideas to the Air Force and receive funding to make the ideas a reality. 

The startup presentations resembled a cross between TED Talks and Steve Jobs unveiling the latest in Apple technology. Each company linked their product to both commercial and military objectives, such as preventing signal, or eliminating counterfeit products entering the logistics supply stream. Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson attended a Techstars event during her early April visit to Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, and Dr. William Roper, assistant secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, expressed his interest in formalizing a process to use grants to quickly inject funding into startups. One possible avenue would be the government’s Small Business Innovation Research program, which incentivizes research and development. 

Keywords: [“Air”,”Force”,”startup”]

Startups – TechCrunch

Right on the heels of launching its concierge service Hooch Black, Hooch announced today that it has raised $5 million in seed funding. The company’s basic subscription of $9.99 gets you one fre. As Slack tries to graduate beyond a Silicon Valley darling to the go-to communications platform within a company, it’s had to find ways to increasingly pitch itself as an intelligent Swiss Army. The company, which recently raised a $10 million Series B after a $5 million A round, is working on a number of new in. Instagram today introduced a way to mute accounts, giving users a way to continue following accounts without seeing their posts all the time. 

Those cards and badges do their job, but they can b. Yubico, the company behind the increasingly popular YubiKey security keys, today announced the launch of a new SDK for iOS developers that allows them to add support for two-factor authentication over. A new U.K. self-driving car startup founded by Amar Shah and Alex Kendall, two machine learning PhDs from University of Cambridge, is de-cloaking today. Meet Maze, a startup building a user interface testing tool for your app prototypes. 

VivaTech is starting in a couple of days, which means TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield Europe is also starting on Thursday. In March, the female-led media company and newsletter provider theSkimm reported it was raising a $12 million Series C from Google Ventures and Spanx founder Sara Blakely, along with several existin. U.K.-based security researcher Robert Wiggins has found two exposed TeenSafe servers, leaking the passwords and information of some users of the monitoring service. Th. Microsoft announced today that it has acquired Semantic Machines, a Berkeley-based startup that wants to solve one of the biggest challenges in conversational AI: making chatbots sound more human and. 

Keywords: [“startup”,”today”,”million”]

How the European tech startup ecosystems are evolving

Europe’s tech scene is rapidly maturing, as evidenced by a steady increase in equity funding in tech startups, an amount reaching €25 billion+ in 2017. The region is also now home to 57 ‘unicorns’, according to research by GP Bullhound. Europe’s great diversity – an amalgamation of over 40 countries with their own languages, cultures, and regulations – has created both challenges and advantages for its startup ecosystem(s). On the one hand, language and legal barriers can make it harder for European startups to expand and scale into neighbouring countries. The continent’s diversity also contributes to its creative potential and innovation. 

Europe is starting to embrace entrepreneurship and its many strengths – a talented workforce, top academic and research institutions, and increasing government support, with a lot of new investment coming from the EU and state-backed investment banks. The digital economy in Europe is growing 7x as quickly as the rest of the economy, and creating 3x as many jobs as any other industry. Today at the Startup OLÉ conference in Salamanca Spain, in collaboration with our partners Axon Partners Group, we are launching an exhaustive report on the current state of European tech. Best of all, it’s completely free of charge – you can download a copy right here. The report dives into funding, M&A and IPO trends in the European tech scene, with historical context, analysis and insightful contributions from the likes of Carlos Moedas, Eileen Burbidge, Alberto Onetti, Roxanne Varza, Isidro Laso Ballesteros, Karen Boers, Nicolas Brusson, Francisco Velazquez, Stéphanie Hospital and many more! 

European Tech Funding Report for 2017: massive growth across the board. European Tech Exits Report: 2017 was a slow year for EU tech M&A. The State of European Tech 2017: Record funding and an intensifying battle for talent. 

Keywords: [“tech”,”European”,”Europe”]

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Tech Startup News, powered by Zaphne for 05-29-2018

Can Elite Tech Startup Schools Teach the Next Big Thing?

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In his keynote presentation at Oracle OpenWorld 2016 in San Francisco’s Moscone Center, Ellison shared detailed analysis that showed that Oracle Database-as-a-Service is up to 105X faster for Analytics workloads, 35X faster for online transaction processing, and 1000+X faster for mixed workloads than Amazon DBaaS. Ellison also showed that the Oracle Cloud is optimized for running Oracle Database while Amazon Web Services is not. Ellison also announced the availability of Oracle Database 12c Release 2 in the Oracle Cloud with the launch of the new Oracle Exadata Express Cloud Service. With the launch of Oracle Database 12c Release 2 in the Cloud first, Oracle has demonstrated that the Oracle Cloud is the most optimized, complete and integrated Cloud for Oracle Database. Ellison shared detailed analysis during his keynote that showed how the new Oracle DBaaS delivers unparalleled performance for analytics, OLTP and mixed database workloads. 

In a direct comparison between Oracle DBaaS and Amazon databases, Ellison shared the following analysis:Oracle Cloud Database is dramatically faster than Amazon Cloud DatabasesOracle Cloud is up to 105X faster for analytics than Amazon Redshift. Oracle Cloud is up to 35X faster for OLTP than Amazon Aurora. Amazon is 20 years behind Oracle in database technologyAmazon Aurora is missing critical OLTP features that Oracle shipped 20 years ago, including scalable read-write clusters, parallel SQL and the ability to replicate encrypted databases. Amazon databases are not compatible with existing enterprise database applications such as Oracle, DB2, SQL Server and Teradata and force organizations to throw away decades of on-premises investments. Oracle Database is up to 8X faster for OLTP on the Oracle Cloud Platform than on Amazon Web Services. 

AWS has limited storage performance: Amazon Elastic Block Storage limited to 48,000 IOPs/nodes, which is 8X slower than Oracle Cloud; Amazon Elastic Block Storage limited to 800 MB/sec/node, which is 19X slower than Oracle Cloud. AWS cannot scale-out Oracle across nodes: AWS provides no support for Oracle Real Application Clusters. With proven continuous innovations and industry-leading performance across the entire platform from infrastructure to database, including support for mixed workloads, Oracle Data Management Cloud is the leader today and in the future. 

Keywords: [“Oracle”,”Database”,”Cloud”]

Japanese Startup Tech Bureau Releases Catapult Blockchain Software For Enterprises

Japanese blockchain software provider Tech Bureau has announced the release of the second version of its mijin blockchain software. Called Catapult, the release took nearly three years to develop and test, and consists in a full-featured, blockchain engine delivering a new version of the NEM protocol for running both permissioned and mixed public/private blockchain networks. Catapult is introducing aggregated transactions and multi-level and multi-signature accounts, features that are not available on any other blockchain and which will accelerate enterprise blockchain adoption, the company said. Catapult’s aggregated transactions feature means that the platform can combine a number of transactions into a one-time disposable smart contract. When all parties agree to the contract, it is executed automatically. 

The multi-level multisig feature enables multisig on Catapult’s multi-tiered architecture so that a more complicated business logic can be managed on the chain. Multisig is built into smart contracts such that a contract can’t be initiated and/or transactions can’t occur until all appointed cosigners agree to the contract. If all cosigners do not agree to the contract by the deadline, mijin automatically deletes the contract. Tech Bureau is also launching a self-service, on-demand developer lab for companies and individuals to easily get started on Catapult without the need to manage their own infrastructure. Mijin v.1 was launched in September 2015 and has been used by over 300 individuals and companies, Tech Bureau claims. 

In February, the company announced that Japan Net Bank and Fujitsu were testing blockchain technology integrations using mijin and the Hyperledger platform. The proof-of-concept project was focused on assessing the practicality of using blockchain technology for a paperless system for contract administration. 

Keywords: [“blockchain”,”contract”,”mijin”]

Tech teams impress judges in start-up mentoring competition

Managing director of dtac accelerate, said the top 11 were selected from over 500 start-ups pitching to Thailand’s top nine start-up mentors. The standard of presentations by start-ups has dramatically improved on several fronts, he said. Most of the start-ups included team members who are domain experts in the industry and have a good understanding of problems or pain points. There were many doctors or medical professionals involved in the health tech start-ups, including Doctor A-Z, whose co-founder is a doctor. Women made up more than 50 per cent of founders or co-founders of this year’s start-up teams, which is significantly higher than previous years. 

All finalists will receive seed funding ranging from Bt500,000 to Bt1.5 million per team, along with commercialisation support from DTAC worth more than Bt100 million. The first AI chatbot platform, allows quick access to AI chatbot and analytics tools. Online platform for property owners to rent and promote their under-utilised spaces, and for customers to easily find and book spaces for their meetings and events. Online platform connects patients and psychologists via video calls. Platform offers personalised career development to explore career choices with mentors, set career goal, identify and close skill gaps and land a job. 

Lending-as-a-service platform enables easy lending by businesses to customers. Platform matches medical tourism surgical patients to accredited hospital and specialist doctors. 

Keywords: [“start-up”,”platform”,”team”]

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Tech Startup News, powered by Zaphne for 05-28-2018

Tech Startup Budget Template

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If you’re clueless about how precisely to write a small business plan that is victorious investors’ agreement, you attended to the right place. Show the Shareholders there may be Market to your Product. Finally, your display must show there is certainly market interest; be certain to report your market statements. Tech startup budget template Remember to suggest to them how they’ll cash out. When you have a recognized product in a successful market and possess a reliable management team, you are highly more likely to win tech startup budget template. 

Deciding on a template and completing the blanks can not work. Tech startup budget template They are just enthusiastic about the soundness of your business idea. 

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Aussie tech duo launches start-up to tackle customer data difficulties

Former Cloudability Asia Pacific general manager Craig Deveson and former head of programmatic and digital entrepreneurship at Coles Michael Twomey have teamed up to launch a new tech start-up aimed at sorting out customer data for enterprises. For Twomey, who also works as an advisor for customer identity solution provider Signal, the Soow platform is a software application designed to bring the corporate and the consumer together to create a customer data platform on which customer data can be utilised while still being held to industry data standards, meaning that data can be used in a compliant way. The Soow customer data platform is designed to be agnostic, meaning that corporate users can bring data in from a variety of applications that they may already be using, and consolidate that data into an individual customer ID, for example. This approach allows users to power a lot of different applications with their customer data. The data could be fed into pre-existing data analytics platforms or personalised media activation – whatever the users’ data scientists wants to create, essentially. 

Already, the company has met with some interest in the local market. The key verticals it is currently focusing on include the media sector, such as publishers. Further down the track, the Soow team will focus on the fast-moving consumer goods market, and is looking at a pipeline of agriculture and health applications that it is finalising. 

Keywords: [“data”,”customer”,”platform”]

Tech startups are taking on the oil business

Oil prices plunged in 2014 because of a supply glut spurred by the American fracking renaissance and OPEC’s decision not to reduce exports. As a result, exploration and production companies have cut budgets, laid off thousands of employees, and are fighting to rescue their balance sheets. Large oilfield services firms are in similar, or worse, positions. Tachyus is developing a data analytics platform, which is already in use on 6,000 domestic wells. The venture firm, famous for its investments in Facebook, Palantir, and Airbnb, also invested in RigUp, another oil services startup. 

GroundMetrics surveys oilfields using its proprietary sensor systems that act almost like an MRI for geology, allowing operators to drill 10% fewer wells without reducing production. Neos specializes in remote geoscience monitoring and data interpretation, trying to tease signal from multiple sources filled with geophysical noise. All three companies leverage technology to provide operators with the data to improve decision-making. New analytical models distill raw data into actionable advice. That’s why these startups are doing well despite stormy macro conditions. 

When oil is cheap, operators have to figure out how to produce it more efficiently. Eliot Peper is a writer and consultant based in Oakland, Calif. When he’s not writing, he works with entrepreneurs and investors to build new technology businesses as a drop-in operator and adviser. 

Keywords: [“company”,”data”,”operator”]

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Tech Startup News, powered by Zaphne for 05-27-2018

Definition from

Lean startup is an approach to building new businesses based on the belief that entrepreneurs must investigate, experiment, test and iterate as they develop products. Start Download. The concept of lean startup originated in the early 2000s and evolved into a methodology around 2010. Lean startup vs. traditional startup approaches. 

The ideas contained within lean startup contradict long-held principles about how entrepreneurs should approach launching a new business. The lean startup methodology calls for entrepreneurs to start their business ventures by searching for a business model and then testing their ideas. A lean startup will build a prototype quickly, get it to market to gauge success of the product without expending unnecessary resources and use the data generated by early marketing tests to influence the next build phase. The lean startup methodology calls for entrepreneurs to develop a minimum viable product, or MVP, that they can test. Proponents of the methodology say lean startup principles ensure that entrepreneurs develop products that customers actually want, rather than attempting to build businesses based upon untested ideas. 

Several publications helped popularize lean startup concepts. The most recognized is Ries’ 2011 book The Lean Startup. Ries, who had studied a customer development course taught by Blank in the early 2000s after Blank had invested in his startup, drew inspiration from Toyota’s agile approach to manufacturing known as lean manufacturing. The principles of lean startup have gained traction in recent years, with business schools teaching the methodology and established companies and large corporations applying lean startup ideas to their own innovation initiatives. 

Keywords: [“Lean”,”startup”,”entrepreneurs”]

Startup Thailand

The electronics producer and distributor Delta Electronics Pcl has continued a role of an angel by empowering the local entrepreneurs to validate the green innovation and technology with financial assistance. The financial aid will provide to startups who keen on two business types under the government’s Thailand 4.0 policy; green solutions and advancing artificial intelligence. Delta will inject a total of four million baht into angel fund this year, director for Human Resources administration Yongyuth Pakdoungjan said recently. Delta has joined hands with Thailand’s Industry Ministry to provide aids to the startups for four years in a row with an aim to boost the number of new tech startups. The company will, in turn, capitalise on startups’ innovative ideas and new technology. 

The company’s angel fund will provide the startups who are eligible to get the zero-interest charge fund at a maximum capital of 500,000 baht each. The Industry Ministry will screen the applicants and announce the name of eligible startups by the end of May 2018. The one who wins the grant will receive the budget five days after the pitching date. Delta’s president, Hsieh Shen-yen said the company focuses on three core businesses including an electronics and power components, automation system and the last one an energy and ICT infrastructure. These three businesses are not only under the global trend, but they are also in line with the Thai government’s S-Curve policy and Thailand 4.0. 

Delta is an excellent example of the large corporations who know how to capitalise benefits from the development of startups in the country where they need the financial aids. 

Keywords: [“startup”,”Delta”,”year”]

Silicon Valley startup peddles 3D-printed bike

After a career that included helping Alphabet Inc’s Google build out data centers and speeding packages for Inc to customers, Jim Miller is doing what many Silicon Valley executives do after stints at big companies: finding more time to ride his bike. Arevo Inc, a startup with backing from the venture capital arm of the Central Intelligence Agency and where Miller recently took the helm, has produced what it says is the world’s first carbon fiber bicycle with 3D-printed frame. Arevo on Thursday raised $12.5 million in venture funding from a unit of Japan’s Asahi Glass Co Ltd, Sumitomo Corp’s Sumitomo Corp of the Americas and Leslie Ventures. Previously, the company raised $7 million from Khosla Ventures, which also took part in Thursday’s funding, and an undisclosed sum from In-Q-Tel, the venture capital fund backed by the CIA. Traditional carbon fiber bikes are expensive because workers lay individual layers of carbon fiber impregnated with resin around a mold of the frame by hand. 

The frame then gets baked in an oven to melt the resin and bind the carbon fiber sheets together. The head lays down strands of carbon fiber and melts a thermoplastic material to bind the strands, all in one step. The process involves almost no human labor, allowing Arevo to build bicycle frames for $300 in costs, even in pricey Silicon Valley. While Miller said Arevo is in talks with several bike manufacturers, the company eventually hopes to supply aerospace parts. Arevo’s printing head could run along rails to print larger parts and would avoid the need to build huge ovens to bake them in. 

Keywords: [“Arevo”,”fiber”,”frame”]

What’s Fresh? Grocery Startups!

MIT Technology Review Pakistan catches up with two new grocery players in startup town. Expressing a sentiment that is shared across the board with other grocery startups operating in Pakistan. CB-Insights, the venture capital database reports show that by May 2016, grocery related startups had raised $429 million globally. Last year, Instacart was named America’s largest grocery startup with a valuation of $2 billion. Grocery delivery startups are older than you may think. 

They predate Facebook with the first wave of grocery startups tanking with the burst of the dotcom bubble in the early 2000s. There is a gradual progression with the adaptation of said startups but the majority of consumers are still inclined towards more traditional means of grocery shopping. Taza Daily, a startup that aims to change the pace at which the technological solution to grocery shopping is accepted is treading tactfully. The entrepreneur believes that fresh produce and grocery startups being able to purchase directly from the producers is the scale set for the ultimate success for business entities like his own. Pk, the startup considered to be presently the biggest player in the online grocery business in Pakistan has had financial success through business to business transactions according to industry sources. 

Grocery and fresh produce has historically remained a personalized experience in Pakistan, with many mega retailers like Metro, and Hyperstar not entering the market up until the late 2000s. The change in the grocery landscape with startups is driven primarily by technological literacy. 

Keywords: [“grocery”,”startup”,”business”]

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