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New venture capital fund aims to spur Central Coast tech

By   /  Friday, September 18th, 2015  /  Banking & Finance, Latest news, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on New venture capital fund aims to spur Central Coast tech

A new Central Coast tech venture capital fund will give entrepreneurs in the Highway 101 corridor another avenue for funding. Santa Barbara Technology Ventures seeks to invest primarily in tech startups by having a close affiliation with companies coming out of UC Santa Barbara and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, according to a Sept. 1 Read More →

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Mindbody, Appfolio IPOs might be start of South Coast tech boom

By   /  Friday, June 12th, 2015  /  Banking & Finance, Central Coast, Columns, Latest news, Opinion, South Coast, Technology, Top Stories, Tri-County Public Companies  /  Comments Off on Mindbody, Appfolio IPOs might be start of South Coast tech boom

You might call it the Mindbody-Appfolio effect. The pair of $100 million-plus initial public stock offerings filed last month has caught the attention of dealmakers from the Bay Area to Los Angeles. Add to that the stunning, $1.4 billion sale of Lynda.com to Linkedin and you have the most buzz in the region since the Read More →

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IPOs may be the name of the game for tri-county tech in 2014

By   /  Friday, January 3rd, 2014  /  Columns, Technology  /  Comments Off on IPOs may be the name of the game for tri-county tech in 2014

When I’m out at networking events, I often get asked, “How’s tech doing in the region?” And over the past year or so, my answer has been, “We’ll know the answer in 2014 and 2015.”

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Mindbody breaks ground on $20M campus in SLO tech corridor

By   /  Tuesday, October 29th, 2013  /  Central Coast, Latest news, Real Estate, Technology, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on Mindbody breaks ground on $20M campus in SLO tech corridor

San Luis Obispo is set to get its flagship high-tech campus as software company MindBody CEO Rick Stollmeyer and local officials broke ground Oct. 29 on a $20 million project including a new office building, four-story parking structure and promenade that will link with an existing facility, eventually boosting employment to 1,300 people.