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DemandJump’s Traffic Cloud is a ‘category killer’

Before the internet, marketing used to be a pretty straightforward discipline based on location. In fact, the popular real estate mantra of “location, location, location” applied to marketing as well — retailers built stores near populations who were interested in buying their products. Everything changed when the Internet came along, and the location-based approach gave

Indy ed-tech startup ClearScholar drives success during Butler Welcome Week

Earlier this month, 1,131 freshman students arrived on Butler University’s campus for “Butler Welcome Week,” a vital period for universities and students as they begin their college careers. Indiana’s leading higher education institutions continue to push the envelope in how they think about student engagement and building lifelong relationships with their students — our work

AgriNovus launches campaign magnifying Indiana’s ag-tech leadership

The state of Indiana is ground zero for the intersection of traditional agriculture, life sciences, and science and technology. The agbiosciences industry employs more than 75,000 Hoosiers and contributes $16 billion to the Indiana economy. AgriNovus Indiana, the state’s food and agriculture innovation initiative, is launching a new multimedia campaign today to both define the “agbiosciences sector” and designate the

5 Things To Do Before Ending A Summer Internship

Let’s face it, the end of summer is just around the corner. Not only does this signify the end of “fun in the sun,” but it means the end of summer internships. Wrapping up an internship can be a stressful time because it is often accompanied by the beginning of school, moving to new housing,