How active is the Minnesota health IT startup economy? What does the investment potential look like in this region? Where should established enterprise focus activity? Panelists to explore.
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The beacon market is exploding. Forty-six percent of retailers introduced a beacon program last year. Industry-wide adoption including healthcare is just getting started.
Anyone starting a business today has kindred spirits in other local entrepreneurs. That learning and camaraderie defined what The Patchery founder Amber Gunn Thomas took away from presenting as a MobDemo, mobile app competition, finalist at the fourth annual MobCon. That — and plans for using her $10,000 in development credits from MentorMate and $500 in […]
Hear from MobDemo second place winner Kid Around Town about their plans for 2016 and how their startup will change how parents, kids and smartphones interact.
Since being voted 2015 MobDemo winner, success hasn’t stopped for myBivy founder Tyler Skluzacek. The young entrepreneur talks about what’s next.
The way a person views a mobile optimized website has changed. New advances in technology including progressive web apps and AMP HTML offer businesses the chance to meet users halfway.
The web is buzzing with queries for top mobile trends 2016, mobile trends 2016 and the countless iterations. Strategic leaders at companies across the country are all thinking the same thing. How do we prepare for next year? It’s the season’s most pressing challenge. But why stop there?
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Industry emphasis on the Triple Aim is speeding the integration of healthcare IoT. In order to succeed, technology must move beyond sensing data to aggregating and analyzing metrics collected from medical IoT devices.
Attendees left MobCon with a slew of new insights to maximize technology and anticipate the trends of tomorrow. Here are a few top takeaways.