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Ranging from b2b, b2c, analytic and startup across the board. Our community is built up of nearly 500 individuals

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TechNexus Seeks Collaborators for Smart City Innovation Lab

TechNexus Venture Collaborative announced today the launch of Smart Cities Internet of Things Innovation (SCITI) Labs, and a Request for Innovators (RFI) for the program. TechNexus, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T), Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) and Smart City Works are seeking to prototype new internet of things (IoT) and smart city technologies for emergency response and management, with broader application to broader industrial and tangential markets.
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What StitchFix’s IPO Can Teach Corporate America

One topic that gets discussed a lot here at TechNexus is how we should help the corporate partners that we invest alongside think about making the transition from transactional business models where you sell, say a treadmill, to longer term subscription or subscription-esque services where you're still providing that treadmill but also providing value added services on top of that, that improve over time by including customer data and feedback.
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Introducing Apartment One: The Office for Straight-from-University Entrepreneurs

Venture enabled innovation is a driving force of growth for enterprises and entrepreneurs. In addition to our work bridging the gap between these two groups from a strategy, investment, incubation and acceleration perspective, we also created a micro-community called Apartment One within the TechNexus Collaboration Center. The transition from university campus to city life can be tough. Add in the fact that these recent-graduates are also embarking on what is likely their first entrepreneurial endeavor, and it can seem nearly impossible.
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Cities Leveraging Analytics Platforms to Work Smarter, Not Harder

Corporations are not alone when it comes to gathering and interpreting data, and taking action based on the insights gleaned from the data. Increasingly, cities are pursuing and implementing tools to collect, make sense of, and act based on population and infrastructure-oriented data to improve urban efficiency and safety—to make cities work better for all of its constituents. The concept of “smart cities” has increased in popularity as a result, acting more as a catch-all for the kinds of innovations that ultimately ladder-up to these macro urban efficiency and safety goals.
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Smart City Leaders and What They're Tackling

By 2050, there will be 9 billion on Earth, according to the United Nations. Among these, 70 percent will be in cities. As this shift from rural to urban areas continues, there is a need for technology to improve safety and security, rebuild aging infrastructure and make better use of space and energy. To solve for these advancements, urban areas are adopting innovative internet of Things (IoT) solutions that make their community’s lives easier.
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