Elise Reuter

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Phone: 858-277-6971

Recent Stories

Blueprint Equity Sets Its Sights on Secondary Markets

Two former Silicon Valley investors have launched a San Diego-based tech fund.

New Coworking Space, Incubator Set Up in UTC

STARTUPS: ThinkTank Launched First Cohort In December

Already a hub for San Diego’s startups, University City has landed a new coworking space and a new startup incubator.

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S.D. Accounting Business Helps Restaurants Keep Tabs on Ingredient Costs

Flores Financial Services, a San Diego-based accounting and HR business for restaurants and grocery stores, added a new service that lets its clients better track costs.

$100M Investment is Seismic’s Next Step Toward Potential IPO

Seismic's $100 million series E round pushed its valuation above $1 billion.

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Tech Coast Angels San Diego Launches $2.2M Fund

Tech Coast Angels San Diego created a new, $2.2 million fund.

New Accelerator Marries San Diego’s Strengths in Life Sciences, Software

Nex3 will launch a new digital health accelerator in San Diego.

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Farming Problems Get Tech Solutions as Cos. See an Open Field

Technology, Talent Keep Area’s Agriculture Growing Strong

Bright green avocado trees dot the hills surrounding San Diego County, while tens of acres of multicolored ranunculus flowers bloom each year in Carlsbad.

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Brain Corp. Happy to Help Walmart Clean Up

By the end of January, retail giant Walmart will have 360 floor scrubbers powered by Brain Corp.’s AI technology. The BrainOS platform teaches commercial cleaning machines to become self-driving.

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Netradyne Will Work With Hyundai

Netradyne, a San Diego-based startup that makes software for commercial fleets, will work with its longtime partner to develop HD maps for self-driving cars.

Seven San Diego Companies went Public in 2018

San Diego saw seven IPOs in 2018, largely dominated by life sciences companies.

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