Danish Tech Company Queue-It To Open Minneapolis Office

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“COPENHAGEN, Denmark – May 23, 2017 —- Danish technology company Queue-it will open a North American office in Minneapolis in June.

Queue-it is the provider of a virtual waiting room system primarily used for handling major ticket on sales by ticketing software companies, venues and performing arts centers, as well as online retailers managing online product launches, limited collection releases, and major sales like Black Friday.”

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Minnesota Virtual Reality Parlour Voxel Doubles In Size

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“St. Paul, MN — ­ May 22nd ­ — Voxel Virtual Reality Parlour, Minnesota’s first Virtual Reality Arcade, announces the expansion of its first Twin Cities location, which offers a high ­end, curated experience for special events for an unforgettable night out. The Voxel team, headed by three Minnesota locals, is now capable of hosting large events with up to 30-­60 guests in its newly renovated space in Vandalia Tower, 550 Vandalia Street, Suite 218, St. Paul, MN 55114.

The exciting new venue features a suite of custom hardware solutions and an ever evolving curated library of cutting­ edge experiences to bring the best of VR to the Twin Cities. Set in the visually impressive creative spaces of Vandalia Tower, the parlour has now doubled in size and is now equipped with six virtual reality bays that offer captivating and immersive environments for their guests to experience.”

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You Deserve To Know Who Pays The Publisher

by The TECHdotMN Team

At the annual annual ‘State of Startups’ session during Minnebar earlier this year, we asked a question: is it important for you to know who is paying the publishers that your read?

Just about every single hand raised, aligning with our beliefs and practices: as a reader, you deserve to know who pays us.  This is not new, it has been that way since day one, we’ve always disclosed 100% of our sponsors (on site and at events) for two reasons:

  1. Because we believe in transparency – especially when it comes to media/publishing/news.
  2. Because our sponsors are awesome – they earn recognition and credit for reinvesting.

Look around the landscape of business media in Minnesota and see it’s not the norm, in fact, quite opposite. You have no idea what corporations, what nonprofits, or what governments are paying these publishers.  They don’t think you should know…and why is that?

Iconfactory North Is Heating Up

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By Tyler Giesekeus_iconfactory

Iconfactory’s Minneapolis office is growing into its unique northern identity, Minnesota nice included. 

Started in a Greensboro, North Carolina basement back in 1996, the mobile design and development firm began selling digital services years before their Twitter fame and Twitterific fortune would arrive.

Fast forward two decades, cross a few state lines, and you’re now in CoCo Northeast where the majority of this firm can be found today, building mobile apps for themselves and others around the world.

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High Five For April

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The top 5 most popular articles in March by readership, underwritten by CodeSavvy:

 

Screen Shot 2017-04-21 at 12.19.28 AMChip Pearson Joins When I Work Board Of Directors:  When I Work, the easiest way to schedule, track time and communicate with hourly workers, announces the appointment of Chip Pearson to its board of directors. Pearson, the chairman, co-founder and current board member of Jamf in Minneapolis, joins Leadpages COO John Tedesco, Drive Capital’s Nick Solaro, e.ventures cofounder Tom Gieselmann, and When I Work founder and CEO Chad Halvorson on the software-as- a-service company’s board.”

 
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Restaurant SaaS Firm Delaget Strikes A Deal With The Colonel

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Screen Shot 2017-04-27 at 12.02.19 PMVia News Release

“LOUISVILLE, Ky., April 25, 2017 — Kentucky Fried Chicken announced today the selection of Delaget Guard and Envysion as KFC’s preferred and fully-supported loss prevention suite for the company’s more than 4,100 outlets nationwide.

The announcement comes after a 120-day pilot spearheaded by KFC’s Technology Committee to determine best-in-class loss prevention solutions and to enhance support for franchisees. During the pilot, users experienced Delaget’s new integration with Envysion, KFC’s DVR system vendor, as part of a loss prevention suite.”

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New Duluth Coworking Space Planned

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By Brooks Johnson, Duluth News Tribune

“The downtown Duluth building that for 131 years housed Bagley & Co. has been sold, and the new owner has big plans for the space.  Bagley’s, which was the oldest jewelry store in Duluth and resided in the same downtown storefront since 1885, closed last year after fourth-generation owner Rick Heimbach decided to retire.”

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