From galas and sponsorships to annual giving and federal grants, fundraising can be one of the most daunting tasks for a non-profit. Now, a New Orleans entrepreneur has created …Read This Post
Silicon Bayou News is rolling out a new web series!
Silicon Bayou TV, or #SBTV, will be a highlight reel of everything tech and ‘trep you need to know …Read This Post
Launchpad Ignition portfolio company Badger Media just launched their photo-sharing iPhone app, which allows you to create location-based badges for your interests, share them with a community and develop …Read This Post
Skillshare, the startup founded by NOLA expat Mike Karnjanaprakorn that soft-launched in New Orleans last week, announced today that they have closed on their $3.1 million Series A of …Read This Post
From organizing New Orleans’ first barcamp in 2007, to creating Launchpad, and now to LaunchPad Ignition, Chris Schultz and his team have worked their tails off to put New …Read This Post
Six of Louisiana’s newest startups are headed to TechCrunch Disrupt, May 23-25 in NYC.
Now in its second year, TechCrunch’s Disrupt conference attracts wicked cool startups and the uber talented, …
Launch Fest, New Orleans’ premier startup conference and the culmination of the LaunchPad Ignition program, kicks off today! We will be tweeting live from the event. You can follow …Read This Post
Louisiana’s Digital Interactive Media Incentives have really picked up the pace in the last two years. New projects & companies like Electronic Arts’ $30 Million facility, Gameloft’s New Orleans …Read This Post
This article was originally written by John Tozzi and appeared in Business Week. New Orleans own Benjamin Reece and his new startup Kinio were featured in the articles, as …Read This Post
LaunchPad Ignition, the New Orleans-based seed stage accelerator founded by Chris Schultz, announced its first class of startups. Ignition creates a framework to help founders refine their product …Read This Post