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  • Another local fintech startup          tech.mn
  • 10-23 ChargeOver emerges as the latest fintech venture from Minnesota with a recurring billing SaaS for SMB
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  • Mobile startup At-Scene arrives          tech.mn
  • 10-21 Golden Valley mobile startup At-Scene has been steadily chipping away since their iCrime Fighter iOS app was first released two years ago this month.
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  • Miromatrix raises $5M          mspbj
  • 10-21 Biotech startup Miromatrix Medical Inc. has closed on $5 million in financing, according to a regulatory filing.
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  • Q3 VC in Mn startups rebounds          mspbj
  • 10-18 Minnesota startups raised nearly $85 million in venture capital during the third quarter, more than three times the financing from the previous quarter, according to the MoneyTree Report.
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  • Treehouse backs Riversystems          tech.mn
  • 10-18 TreeHouse Health, an “innovation; center” that seeks to support entrepreneurial growth for both large and emerging health care companies, welcomed its first start-up company to its 13,000-square foot downtown Minneapolis space this week: RiverSystems LLC.
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  • UH spawns healh IT startup          tech.mn
  • 10-18 Minnesota’s $100b behemoth UnitedHeath Group has launched a new startup called Wellvize, aimed at providing the insight and accountability of a health coach at the fraction of the price.
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  • Med-tech company raises $14M          mspbj
  • 10-16 Osprey Medical Inc. has raised $14 million to launch medical technology that protects patients’ kidneys during cardiology procedures.
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  • Travail Kickstarter nets $255K          msp magazine
  • 10-14 Annihilate. Crush. Whatever you want to call it, Travail’s much buzzed about Kickstarter campaign ended yesterday with a grand total of $255,669, thanks to supporters. The goal? $75,000. Yeah, we’ll call that pure obliteration.
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  • TC CoCo’s are biz magnets          twin cities business
  • 10-11 George McGowan, who lives in Eagan and works for a Mankato-based company, does not have a traditional office. Instead, he commutes to downtown St. Paul’s CoCo co-working space, where people like him pay membership fees to use a shared workspace with office-style amenities.
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  • MN startup Third Iron is hot          tech.mn
  • 10-10 Founded in the spring of 2011, St. Paul startup Third Iron was in stealth mode for over a year, quietly prototyping and patiently researching while strategizing a go to market plan.
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  • Negative sign for mn’s entrepreneurial scene?          twin cities business
  • 10-8 Two studies released this year suggest that Minnesota is not a major hotspot for entrepreneurs, but their methodologies open the door to debate.
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  • How Sport Ngin reinvests in MN          tech.mn
  • 10-2 Local software maker Sport Ngin has partnered with DinoMights to expose middle school students to introductory website design and development. – See more at: http://tech.mn/news/2013/10/02/sport-ngin-web-academy/#sthash.nQL7ee2z.dpuf
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  • Google helps CoCo          star tribune
  • 9/26 Google Inc. said Wednesday that it will become a financial and technical partner with technology workspace firm CoCo in Minneapolis and similar companies in six other cities.
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  • Mpls.LeadPages lands $5m          tech.mn
  • 9/26 Minneapolis startup LeadPages has raised a $5m first round of equity financing to scale their rapidly growing SaaS for Internet marketers who create, deploy and optimize responsive conversion pages.
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  • Gravie Kick-Starts Era of Insurance Independence          pr newswire
  • MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Significant changes about to take effect in the health insurance market have created the need for Gravie, a new company that will help individuals select, buy and pay for their own health insurance, as well as maintain all of their health affairs in one place.
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  • Creekridge to Provide Financing for Technologent          pr newswire
  • MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Creekridge Capital, a nationwide independent vendor leasing company, has signed an agreement with Technologent, a premier global provider of technology infrastructure solutions for Fortune 500 companies, to offer creative financial solutions for Technologent customers. The program is structured to operate under Technologent Payment Solutions.
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  • Pinterest backers like MN Gravie          mspbj
  • 9/17 Serial health care entrepreneur Abir Sen has launched a startup that aims to be the Charles Schwab of health insurance. And he’s attracted some well-heeled investors who want to bet on his vision.
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  • Conservis is reaping more cash          tech.mn
  • 9/17 Local software startup Conservis is seeking to raise another $2m according to a SEC filing disclosure. The tech venture has been sowing seeds since 2009 with it’s compliance and sustainability software. Today, Conservis offers a cloud and mobile enabled data hub that helps farmers small and large reduce costs, grow revenues and manage risk and eliminate compliance headaches.
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  • CloudCover is raising $7m          tech.mn
  • 9/12 Two years ago, we learned about CloudCover when they signaled intentions of raising $20m for their real-time cloud data insurance product. While the outcome of their earlier initiative remains unknown (the company declined to comment publicly), it’s clear that they are still moving forward, given they recently raised $3.14m of a new $7m target equity round.
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  • The Rabbit Hole on Kickstarter          city pages
  • 9/6 Thomas Kim and Kat Melgaard are bringing a little art and Seoul to their new restaurant. The two are working furiously to make their dream restaurant a reality, but they need just a little help to get there. They’ve created a Kickstarter campaign to raise some funds and share some delicious perks with their backers.
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  • A tech collaborative in Mpls          tech.mn
  • 9/7 A new for-profit “collaborative innovation center” for startups, middle market and large healthcare providers to physically intersect is opening in Minneapolis this fall. Their ultimate goal is to bring 10-15 health tech startups in for 6 months to 2 years time, providing access to funding, mentorship and industry connections.
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  • UberX starts up in St. Paul          pioneer press
  • 9/6 The ride-sharing revolution has begun in the Twin Cities, but Minneapolis residents aren’t invited. Only St. Paulites are.
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  • Local startup G6 breaks the ice          tech.mn
  • 9/6 Group Six (G6) Co founder Dan Biagini had been traveling a lot for his corporate job last year, spending months on end at new and different places.
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  • Betting on MN biotech          minnesota business
  • 9/5 The process of launching a biotech company and developing it into a profitable enterprise could be considered a form of high-stakes gambling. Even a venture based on groundbreaking technology, its value proven in a laboratory setting, can’t be considered a sure thing given the large amounts of capital needed to traverse the path from discovery to market.
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  • Robo-lopoulos          minnesota business
  • 9/5 If you want a glimpse of the future, a good place to look is the Center for Distributed Robotics. Part of the University of Minnesota’s College of Science and Engineering, it’s the “birthplace” of small but powerful robots that can roll, tumble, and fly over obstacles on land and in water. Some can serve as extended “eyes” to help military personnel in battle; others can help diagnose mental disorders.
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  • Choosatron crushes it on Kickstarter          tech.mn
  • 9/3 Launched at the end of July, the demand was palpable from the onset with $12k rolling in the first 24 hours. Powered by Spark, another local hardware startup that rocked a Kickstarter campaign, Choosatron’s WiFi printer win is a testament to what is possible, Belich posits.
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  • Startup PickPointz exits beta          tech.mn
  • 8/26 PickPointz, a Minnesota-made mobile app startup for sports fans, announced today the transition from beta mode to full nationwide expansion in conjunction with the start of NFL season beginning on September 5th.
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  • New MN angel group          tech.mn
  • A new network of angel investors called IMNPACT Angels has recently formed in affinity with Gopher Angels. Their purpose is to “invest for impact and profit,” according to Brad Brown, Chief Coordinator with IMNPACT Angels.
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  • Mayo biz accelerator fills up          post bulletin
  • 8/20 Boston Scientific is among the companies that has moved into the Mayo Clinic Business Accelerator, meaning its offices are filled, it announced today. Other new tenants areClear Vision Consulting, Icon Venture Partners and Imanis Life Sciences. 8/20 The accelerator also has started a website as a resource for people considering entrepreneurship, and it plans to become a venue for special events and discussion groups led by business leaders.
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  • Seva Call enters TC market          mspbj
  • 8/16 Seva Call — a startup that connects consumers with repairmen, accountants and other service providers — will enter the Twin Cities market, the company said Friday. The Maryland-based firm acts as a virtual concierge service to help consumers quickly and easily get in touch with service businesses.
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  • Split Rock leads on $19m deal          tech.mn
  • 8/15 SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Aug 12, 2013 (Marketwired via COMTEX) — InsideView, the leader in CRM Intelligence(TM), today announced that it has secured $19 million in financing led by Split Rock Partners, with participation from the company’s existing investors, Emergence Capital, Foundation Capital, and Rembrandt Venture Partners…
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  • Red Stamp acquired by Taylor Corporation          tech.mn
  • “Taylor; Corporation and its affiliate The Occasions Group announced today it has reached an agreement to acquire Red Stamp of Minneapolis, MN, becoming part of The Occasions Group business unit. Red Stamp will continue to carry its brand name, website and offering in the market place.
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  • St. Paul startup Drive Power is raising $750k- $1m          tech.mn
  • 8/13 St. Paul startup Drive Power is raising equity financing in the target range of 750k – $1m, according a recent SEC disclosure filing. $141k of which is reported as sold thus far…
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