Infrastructure-as-a-service models, such as AMPLY's, are catching on as a way for companies and municipalities to deploy sustainable services without the hefty upfront costs.
ImpactAlpha, March 11 – Africa’s healthcare systems are wrought with inefficiencies. The startup Field Intelligence is addressing the availability of pharmaceuticals with software that helps pharmacies forecast, manage and finance drug orders. The four-year-old company has raised $3.6 million in its first round of outside capital. Leading the round was Blue Haven Initiative, the family
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Amid climate threats to power infrastructure, National Grid backed data, sensor and artificial intelligence companies to shore up its operations and infrastructure.
- Faith-based investing is not only on the rise, it’s on the cutting edge.
Soil Scout’s sensors are unique from other soil monitoring devices because they sit below ground while still communicating with wireless networks.
The Oakland-based early stage venture capital firm is expanding into new impact tech and scientific domains, including artificial intelligence, data science and life sciences.