Organizers of last week’s inaugural inX3 are calling the event an unqualified success. The four-day "celebration of Indiana innovation" attracted Hoosier tech entrepreneurs and thought leaders as well as business, industry and academic leaders to The Union 525 in downtown Indianapolis. A highlight of the event was a competition that attracted 25 Hoosier startups, pitching their ideas to venture capital firms from around the country.
In an interview on Inside INdiana Business Television, Clear Object Chief Executive Officer John McDonald, one of the event organizers, said the number of VC firms and statewide startup participation exceeded expectations.
Jeffersonville-based Inscope Medical Solutions took the top prize in the pitch competition. The woman-owned medical device company will receive a $100,000 prize package.
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