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A dozen LouisvilleKY businesses earn top awards at GLI event

LOUISVILLE, Ky.  – Thursday evening, 12 local companies received EnterpriseCorp’s HOT & FAST Innovation Awards, presented by Dean Dorton and Hilliard Lyons.  The awards honor the companies that are the early-stage innovators (HOT) and fast-growth “gazelles” (FAST) of Greater Louisville’s business community. “These companies and their teams are working at full-speed to make innovative ideas come to life. It is their big thinking, risk-taking mentality that helps to fuel the economic vitality of the Greater Louisville region and move our entrepreneurial community forward,” said Lisa Bajorinas, GLI’s Vice President of Entrepreneurship and Talent.   These “HOT” and “FAST” companies exemplify…


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GLI’s EnterpriseCorp Names 12 LouisvilleKY Companies to the Hot & Fast Ranks

(Louisville) – Monday evening, 12 local companies received EnterpriseCorp’s Hot & Fast Innovation Awards, presented by Dean Dorton and Hilliard Lyons. The awards honor the companies that are the early-stage innovators (HOT) and fast-growth “gazelles” (FAST). “The criteria to receive an award this year were much more rigorous,” Lisa Bajorinas, Executive Director of EnterpriseCorp, said. ”The companies selected are all using technology in new, exciting and innovative ways.” Six companies were designated as HOT and another six as FAST. 2016’s Hot & Fast Companies are: Hot Companies Beyond Zero Inc. – Manufactures machines to freeze liquor or wine into ice…


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GLI’s EnterpriseCorp Announces Final Four of Louisville’s Hot Dozen on Twitter

(Louisville, KY) – Greater Louisville Inc’s (GLI) EnterpriseCorp announced the final four of twelve companies selected as a part of the “Hot Dozen” via Twitter.   The final group of companies are:   Clipper Data – an information services company that produces unique data, reports and analysis useful for trading crude oil and refined products.  Their customers include many of the world’s largest oil companies, investment banks and hedge funds.  The three-year-old company has 25 employees with operations in Louisville, New York, Houston, and Raleigh-Durham, led by Sterling Lapinski, www.clipperdata.com   Code Louisville – prepares a new generation of software developers…


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Greater Louisville Inc names more companies to Hot Dozen

(Louisville, KY) – Greater Louisville Inc’s (GLI) EnterpriseCorp announced the second four of twelve companies selected as a part of the “Hot Dozen” via Twitter.   The second group of companies are: Edj Analytics – a predictive analytics company that uses a game-based approach to solve difficult problems across a variety of industries, led by Sean O’Leary, www.edjanalytics.com findCRA — created a simple online platform to increase connections between banks and community partners throughout the US.  They support network partners as they collaborate toward the ultimate goal of community reinvestment with measurable social impact, led by Brian Waters and Ben Loehle,…


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GLI Awards 2015 EnterpriseCorp Award at Signature Event in Louisville

(Louisville, KY) – Greater Louisville Inc’s (GLI) EnterpriseCorp awarded the 2015 EnterpriseCorp Award on August 19. The award was presented to Greg Langdon.  Langdon works with early-stage companies and related programs in Louisville, KY. He’s an active mentor with local accelerator programs including Velocity Indiana, XLerateHealth and Nucleus LaunchIt, and is a board member with GLI’s EnterpriseCorp and with Venture Connectors. “The Signature Award recognizes an individual who has provided consistent leadership and exceptional support for Greater Louisville’s entrepreneurial community,” said President and CEO Kent Oyler. “Greg has done just that and much more.” Greg Langdon was part of the executive…


Give A Small Business In Louisville Your Business This Week

Louisville, KY – This is the U.S. Small Business Administration’s National Small Business Week, which recognizes the critical contributions of America’s entrepreneurs and small business owners. More than half of Americans either own or work for a small business, and they create about two out of every three new jobs in the U.S. each year. “Small businesses are a powerful part of our regional economy,” said GLI President and CEO Kent Oyler. “They employ well over half the private sector workers in the Greater Louisville region and represent upwards of 80% of net job creation in the region. It should be…