When Indianapolis-based HG Ventures was formed in 2018, its mission was to drive innovation and growth across The Heritage Group by investing in private companies and new technologies. Two years later, HG Ventures has invested more than $65M in tech startups and now has a portfolio of more than 20 companies, including six in Indiana. New Ventures Executive VP Kip Frey has details about new developments and how the venture capital picture is shaping up for 2021.

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