New initiatives, investments, acquisitions and more: Here's what Pittsburgh's tech people have been talking about this week.
The numbers across the past decade are undeniably impressive: More than $687 million invested and more than 250 venture capitalists investing here.
"I’m dedicated to advancing people of color, LGBT folks, women and underserved communities in tech and entrepreneurship."
Innovation Works launched their Scalable Innovation program to pair early-stage tech startups with established manufacturers.
“We see Demo Day as a vehicle for introducing these companies to the business and startup community here in Pittsburgh," says AlphaLab executive director Jim Jen.
New business incubator program BetaBurgh seeks ideas for cool startup projects in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Mike Woycheck leaves Google to lead Pittsburgh's newest and largest collaborative workspace in the region.
Faros Properties announced the renovation of Allegheny Center to Nova Place campus that will total more than $100 million in upgrades.
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Six Pittsburgh companies are among the first round of recipients of early-stage funding.