Events-Focused Group Looks to 'Catalyze' Entrepreneurship
INDIANAPOLIS - A nonprofit geared toward boosting the state's entrepreneurial community has officially launched. INfuze Indiana, co-founded by Fishers-based ClearObject Corp. and born from the recently-canceled INX3 event in Indianapolis, focuses on organizing community events to bring together entrepreneurs and investors.
It will host its first event -- featuring venture capital industry veteran Jane Martin, Carmel-based Allos Ventures Managing Director Don Aquilano, Bloomington-based The Bee Corp. CEO Ellie Symes and Indianapolis-based Scale Computing CEO Jeff Ready -- October 17 at The Union 525 in downtown Indianapolis.
McDonald says "all across Indiana's fruited plain are successful entrepreneurs who want to seed the next generation of entrepreneurs. Those entrepreneurs desperately need that help. With local and regional support, we are on the road to spark our innovation economy, city by city, moment by moment, until the job is done."
Future events are scheduled for November in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Fishers. You can connect to more by clicking here.