Local Startup Learn To Live Raises $1m+ Equity Round

Minneapolis virtual health startup Learn to Live has raised over $1 million in equity based on an SEC filing yesterday.

Founded in 2013 by Dale Cook and Dr. Russ Morfitt, Learn to Live provides online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (“CBT”) programs for Stress, Social Anxiety and Depression. Originally offering their programs directly to consumers, Learn to Live has turned to serving organizations as well.

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RetraceHealth Pulls More Investment & Stacks The Deck

RetraceHealthMinneapolis startup RetraceHealth has raised another $500k equity to wrap up a $1m fundraising round that commenced earlier this year.

Founded in 2013 by Thompsom Aderinkomi, RetraceHealth combines video telemedicine with face to face house calls for a blended delivery model. This approach is designed to lower time and cost associated with the traditional physician-patient process.

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LeadPages Expands Minneapolis Footprint


LeadPages has signed a new lease to expand their physical footprint in downtown Minneapolis by 12k ft. sq.

Last December, the fast growing B2B SaaS startup landed in the second story of McKesson at 251 N. First Avenue; now they’re taking over the fourth floor in the same building, with 30,000 sq. ft. overall.

60+ technical employees have moved upstairs to occupy the majority of the addition, which includes a 3,500 sq. ft. meeting space pictured below:

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Angel Investors Get Cozy With Camp Native

Camp Native LogoMinnesota tech startup Camp Native has raised $1.25m of angel investment capital according to cofounder and CEO David Woodbury.

Camp Native has set out to be the place for campers and outdoor enthusiasts to gather online and plan their next adventure. Their big picture vision involves organizing all the worlds campsites into one place.

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Four Minnesota Tech Companies Make The 2015 Deloitte Technology Fast 500

Deloitte Fast 500 2015New York professional services behemoth Deloitte announced today their annual ranking of the fastest growing North American tech companies.

The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 measures innovation, entrepreneurship and rapid growth to identify “companies are on the cutting edge and are transforming the way we do business.”

Similar to the Inc. 500/5,000, but with an exclusive tech sector focus, the profiling provides insight into which local companies are growing based on percentage fiscal year revenue from 2011 to 2014. In 2012 and 2013, three Minnesota technology companies had ranked; last year, like this year, four are listed:

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Minnesota Startup Flywheel Exchange Throws Big Data At Big Billions

Northeast Minneapolis startup Flywheel Exchange is empowering researchers to concentrate more on the science and less on the IT.

Recently roped into the Invenshure portfolio, Flywheel ties the acumen of serial entrepreneurs Troy Kopischke and Danny Cunagin with technology sourced from Stanford University.

The data and algorithym management SaaS platform allows public and private scientific researchers to “crunch data like never before,” making it dynamic, reproducible and collaborative.  What’s at stake is a massive acceleration of global R&D as we know it, a space that commands hundreds of billions of dollars annualy.

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Sports Software Startup Leaves Chicago For Minneapolis

Player's HealthSports software startup Player’s Health has moved headquarters from Chicago to Minneapolis and setup shop in CoCo Northeast.

Player’s Health is a mobile injury management platform for youth sports that serves as a HIPAA compliant electronic medical record during the early years.

Founder & CEO Tyrre Burks conceived the company in 2012 based on his own firsthand experience as a pro football athlete.  By 2014, the product was on the field of play, while this year has proven rewarding for Burks and his team as they prepare for what’s next.

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