MN App Aims to Freshen Up Date Night With Curated Experiences

by Valerie Lockhart

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A little over two years ago, Austin Bohlig was looking for someone to go golfing with. He wasn’t necessarily looking for a date, just to connect with a like-minded person who wanted to go out and do the same kinds of things that he enjoyed. All of the dating apps he tried weren’t giving him the outcomes that he wanted, so he did what any other tech-focused, entrepreneurial-minded individual would do — he decided to create his own. “Let’s Go: Find New Experiences” launched in April of 2018 and is now available for both Android and iOS.

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Applying to the gBETA Medtech Accelerator Is a Healthy Resolution

by Alex Skjong

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Are you starting to assemble your New Year’s resolutions? Hit the gym more often… travel more… finally watch Game of Thrones so you can stop being what seems to be the last person on Earth not to know what a Many-Faced-God is and why it has so many faces?

Those are all noble endeavors, to be sure. But for the health-minded entrepreneurial spirits out there, it could be time to add another resolution to your list — apply to the gBETA Medtech accelerator.

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UnitedHealthcare Accelerator Powered by Techstars Demo Day: Class Recap

by Alex Skjong

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Augmented reality, thermal scanning, ridiculously inexpensive health benefits (with meditation?) — there was a lot to dig into during the UnitedHealthcare Accelerator powered by Techstars Demo Day. Taking place in the swanky digs of Aria, the event featured nine health-focused startups looking to wow through short, on-stage demos. Here are our impressions of the class presentations.

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The tech.mn Podcast: The Psychology of Confidence with Danielle Steer

by Jac Stark

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15 | The Psychology of Confidence with Danielle Steer

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On Episode 15 Kevin McArdle, owner of SureSwift Capital and Jac Stark, community manager of Tech.MN welcome Danielle Steer, Managing Director of Lunar Startups, on The Tech.MN Podcast (TCSW Edition) to talk about how to redesign the Minnesota startup ecosystem to work for more people and more ideas. Read More »

See the Future of Healthcare Products & Services at UnitedHealthcare Accelerator powered by Techstars Demo Day

by Alex Skjong

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Health and wellness. They’re so hot these days. But “these days” aren’t the focus of the upcoming UnitedHealthcare Accelerator powered by Techstars Demo Day event. The showcase of nine presenters will give attendees a glimpse into the exciting future of healthcare products and services.

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ACT Event to Highlight the Melting Pot of MN Tech

by Valerie Lockhart

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ACT Event - App EconomyTomorrow night, ACT | The App Association will be stopping into town to learn a little more from local app developers. Their event, Developed: The App Economy Tour, will be held at Finnegans Brew in downtown Minneapolis at 5pm. The night of “brews and views” will include a panel discussion with legislators, developers, and tech community experts surrounding innovations driving the current app economy. Panelists will include Congressman Dean Phillips (CD3) and Jacquie Berglund, founder of Finnovation Lab.
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The Tech.MN Podcast: Solving Big World Problems with Lori Most of BackpackEMR

by Jac Stark

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The Tech.MN Podcast Poster: Episode with Lori Most of BackpackEMR

12 | Solving Big World Problems with Lori Most

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On Episode 12 Kevin McArdle, owner of SureSwift Capital and Jac Stark, community manager of Tech.MN, welcome Lori Most, founder of BackpackEMR, on The Tech.MN Podcast to talk about going from coder to founder.

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Zota App Makes Good Photography Accessible

by Valerie Lockhart

Zota Real Estate PhotographyThese days, most people have a super nice HD camera right in their pocket. What this doesn’t mean is that those same people are actually good photographers. For those of us who may need a little assistance in the composition and framing of our shots, a new app coming to market called Zota, “…allows you to fake having a good eye for photography.”
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