Louisville Technology

The Lane Report put out a great article about Louisville technology, in which Susan Gosselin covered many aspects of the local tech scene:
TechFest, Louisville’s recent conference combining biotech, hardware, software, and emerging tech
TALK, Louisville’s technology council
Google Fiber announcing Louisville as its fourth city
• The Louisville Digital Association
TechTown, the makerspace + creative studio for kids
• government support (Economic Development, KY Innovation Network, grant matching)
• makers (LVL1)
• coders (Code Louisville, Cocoaheads)
• accelerators/incubators (iHub)
• local tech companies (Silica Nexus, RedeApp, Deyta, Stonestreet One, Indatus, and more)
• events (Startup Weekend, CIO Practicum, XR Festival)

She covers even more in her article, but it would take a hundred times as much space to mention our other cool tech companies, opportunities, events, and talent in Louisville. Healthcare/biotech, robotics, STEM, security, innovation, manufacturing, data, and many other elements come together to make the tech sector an “exploding area of development.”

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Louisville Technology

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