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Tom Thomas, Managing Partner of Thomas & Mack Co. Luncheon

I’m on the board of the Las Vegas chapter of the BYU Management Society. While most of the members of the organization are BYU graduates, the organization is open to anyone interested in the society’s mission of “moral and ethical leadership and a common code of business conduct and integrity.” My hope is to get many from the Vegas Tech community involved in the organization. I know there are many of you that have a similar business vision and could benefit from networking with those in the organization.

The cornerstone of the organization is a monthly luncheon with a wide variety of interesting speakers. They’ve had everyone from Steven Covey to the CMO of Daimler Chrylser to the keyboardist for Diamond Rio to local education and political leaders.

This month the luncheon speaker is Tom Thomas, Managing Partner of Thomas & Mack Co. and also one of the early investors in the Switch Supernap. In fact, he’s still on their board. He should be able to offer some unique insights to business and real estate in Las Vegas.

It costs $30 to attend if you register before May 7th and $5 more after that date. The event is held upstairs at Brady Industries, 7055 Lindell Road, Las Vegas, NV 89118 (map). It’s just down the street from the InNEVation Center.

At 11:30am registration and networking begin with lunch starting at 11:45 AM and the speaker will go on from 12:20am – 1:00pm. I should also mention that the food has always been great. It’s a fully catered lunch that’s more than just some boxes of pizza (not that there’s anything wrong with that).

Let me know if you have any questions. I hope I’ll get to see many new and old Vegas Startup community friends at the event.

May 5, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

2014 Winners of TechNevada Honors

This week was the TBAN organized TechNevada honors. It’s a great event that brings together the tech community to recognize some local Las Vegas tech companies. In case you missed the event, the 2014 Nominees and Winners (in bold) are listed below:

Technology Company of the Year:
Banjo
Smashmetrics/Revunit
Wedgies

Tech Product of the Year:
Zero Idle Battery
FSL3D, 3D printer

Entrepreneur of the Year Award:
Zach Ware, Project 100 and WIP
Sunny Tara, DocBeat
Frank Gruber and Jen Consalvo, TechCocktail

Most Promising Early Stage Start-up:
Skyworks Aerial Systems
Dooing
Paystr
Tealet

Tech Transplant of the Year:
Orderwithme.com
JusCollege
Moveline

At the event, a few other awards were given:
Technology Star in the Public Sector: Thomas Wilczek
Spirit Award: Downtown Podcast
Technology Executive of the Year: Jeff Oberschelp

It’s amazing to see how quickly the Vegas Tech community has grown. Congrats to all the nominees and winners!

April 25, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Las Vegas Startup The Influential Network Launches at Coachella

A new Las Vegas company called The Influential Network is launching with a bang during Coachella. They’ll be hosting a venue called The Influential House where they’ll have some of the biggest and most notable social media personalities. Plus, they’ll have celebrities like Christina Millian, Paris Hilton, and Crystal Hefner as well.

Here’s the full description of The Influential Network:

The Influential Network is one of the largest Twitter and Instagram Network in the world. With over 20 Million followers across dozens of accounts that the company owns and manages, and a proprietary platform with thousands of top influencers, The Influential Network does campaigns for Fortune 500 companies that reach hundreds of millions of people, and organically start worldwide trending topics.

The Influential Network is the platform FOR Influencers, BY Influencers. The Influential Network provides premium accounts the ability to monetize their influence on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Vine, YouTube and more. Influencers can now get paid to share the content that their audience craves.

Welcome to the Vegas Tech startup community!

April 14, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

#VegasTech acquired by Google

Big news everyone: The #VegasTech community has been acquired by Google for $25 billion. In a stunning show of how quickly the community has grown, we are now seeing our first acquisition, and it’s a big one. Sure, the $16 billion WhatsApp acquisition by Facebook followed by their $2 billion acquisition of Oculus Rift seem like a big deal, but that’s nothing compared to the coup we just scored.

According to Larry Page, “The #VegasTech community has grown by leaps and bounds since 2011, and we felt like we should get in now before it gets bigger than Google. This was, frankly, our only chance to make this acquisition, and we’re pleased we were able to do so.”

According to a Google spokesperson, they plan to keep #VegasTech headquarters in Las Vegas, but may open satellite offices in Silicon Valley, Boston, and New York.

April 1, 2014 I Written By

A veteran of five startups (one of which conducted a successful IPO), Rick Duggan is currently Director of Website Systems at Zappos IP, Inc.. Prior to joining the Zappos Family of Companies, he was Chief Technology Officer of Thinker, Inc., a Las Vegas-based provider of digital signage and co-founder and VP of Engineering & Operations at Incanta. One of the first people involved in the VegasTech community, he acts as a community evangelist, mentor, and is co-creator of the VegasStartups.com blog. He is an advisor to VegasTech companies Rolltech and LaunchKey.

Guest Post: Las Vegas Indoor Agriculture Opportunity

The following is a guest post by Nicola Kerslake updating us on indoor agriculture in Nevada. If this interests you, check out the conference happening in Las Vegas on May 14-15th. It’s some pretty cool technology as Nicola describes below.

A little over a year ago, a venture capitalist mentor told me to “go figure out who else is interested in this indoor agriculture stuff”, and so, I began planning the inaugural Indoor Agriculture Conference, which would eventually sell out with more than 230 attendees in April 2013.  Indoor agriculture is growing produce and raising fish in containers, warehouses and greenhouses using hydroponic, aquaponic and aeroponic technologies.  It’s a $600bn+ industry in the US alone; it ranges from growing leafy greens in London underground tunnels to the greenhouse operations that produce around half of the tomatoes we buy in grocery stores.  As we plan this year’s ag-con – on May 14-15 at Springs Preserve – we’re getting calls and emails from as far afield as the UK, Israel and Australia, a reflection of the remarkable growth in interest in the industry over the past year.

Part of this change is just because of time; the projects which were pipedreams a few years’ back are now viable businesses.  For instance, open source hardware firm WindowFarms – its hydroponic kits let you grow food in a window box – raised more than five times its $50,000 target on Kickstarter back in December 2011, and now ships kits all over the world and has more than 42,000 participants in its WindowFarms community.

After a long dry winter, the severity of the drought in the western US has concentrated minds; the California Farm Water Coalition expects 10% of California’s fields to lay fallow this summer.  As we illustrated in a recent infographic, more than a third of the US is in drought and 70% of water is used in agriculture.  Traditional farmers are starting to conserve water and diversify their crops by adding indoor growing to their farms, given that it uses only 10-15% of the water of traditional farming.  Las Vegas sod farmers, Valley Sod Farms, have been experimenting with greenhouse produce, for example.

Indoor ag technology is coming on by leaps and bounds; LED lights cost 25% less than they did 2 years ago, while the Internet of Things revolution is enabling cheaper, simpler control and data gathering systems.  For example, container farm company, Freight Farms, allows farmers to control air temperature, humidity and nutrient levels in container farms from their SmartPhones.

Both venture capitalists and private investors are now taking the industry seriously.  One beneficiary is Indoor Ag-Con keynote BrightFarms, which raised $4.3mn to expand its hydroponic greenhouse network in January; they offer grocery store chains secure produce supply in exchange for a decade-long contract, unusual for the food supply industry.

Las Vegas’s urban agriculture scene is right on trend, with new farms springing up and local community advocates becoming more numerous and more organized.  They’re working on everything from a food hub to a seed library, and the Downtown Rangers are rumored to have ambitious urban agriculture plans of their own.  On the sidelines of last year’s conference, I chatted with Las Vegas local Brett Runion who was in the process of planning an aquaponics (raising fish and growing veggies symbiotically) farm with his family.  That venture – R Fish and Veggies – is now up and running, growing produce such as kale and micogreens and supplying to the likes of Whole Foods Market.

As with any nascent industry, there’s plenty of room for growth; one enthusiast likens indoor ag’s current state to “the solar industry in 2009”, the point at which the industry began tech-driven exponential growth.   We invite you to join us in that growth at our Ag-Con on May 14 and 15.

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Nicola is the founder of Newbean Capital, which manages investment operations for two venture capital mandates and also has significant interests in agriculture, especially indoor agriculture.  The firm will co-host the 2nd Annual Indoor Agriculture Conference on May 14-15 alongside the Black Emerald Group, a Bay Area merchant banking group.

March 24, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Vegas Startup Company Profile: Madrivo

The following is a short company profile interview with Alice Edwards from Madrivo. If you’d like your vegas startup company profiled, drop us a note on our contact us page.

Tell us about your company.

Madrivo is an integrated marketing agency that helps companies acquire customers digitally and establish the most cost effective online presence.

In the constantly evolving and incredibly fast-paced digital era, Madrivo is an integrated online marketing agency that develops efficient marketing solutions, unifies customer acquisition strategies, and develops tactics to successfully move traditional operations to the Internet.

Tell us about your team.

The team at Madrivo guides companies, large and small, globally, to establish a strategic online identity. Team members go through an intensive training process to help clients understand the ROI and analytics of ad spends. After all, effective advertising is all about research, analysis, and education. Each client has unique goals, needs, and processes and before the development of a comprehensive digital strategy, each customer is provided with a proprietary marketing study.

Why did you choose Las Vegas? What do you love about Las Vegas?

Several of the major global online marketing and electronics conventions are held in Las Vegas, which makes it a great place to have a corporate headquarters. Clients love to come to Las Vegas to visit the office and team members are given the access to great restaurants, shows, hotels, and nightlife as well as affordable housing within a reasonable commute. Also, we have access to everything from boating to skiing within a few hour (or less) drive.

Online marketing is all about creativity and fun. Las Vegas has a reputation that melds well with both those concepts. Marketing agencies were formerly solely located in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Increasingly, clients also look to Las Vegas for marketing creativity and execution. The city is becoming an incubator for small and medium sized marketing companies, especially those with innovative ideas.

What can the Las Vegas community do to help your company?

Madrivo relies on highly skilled staff in a variety of sectors including graphic design, web development, business development, and sales. The Downtown Project, new developments, cutting-edge hotels and nightclubs all feed the community to provide creative resources in Las Vegas. As Las Vegas continues to attract these people and businesses, it will continue to help Madrivo tap into the abundance of creative and motivated individuals that are moving to Las Vegas, which helps local companies like ours compete globally in online media and agency services.

What’s your best advice for startup entrepreneurs?

Assess your target market. Before even opening the doors of a new business, talk to potential customers and have clients ready the moment that doors are open for business. This will enable quick profitability, guarantee cash flow, and ensure that the business model is viable. In addition, clients are generally the best motivation for evolution. Access to thriving new businesses drives innovation and Las Vegas has no shortage of unique ideas and opportunities.

January 27, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

The Closing of /usr/lib and a Big Jelly

By some measures, on April 26, 2011, #VegasTech was born. The first Jelly. A combination co-working/social event, it was formed in part to help plan for the upcoming inaugural Startup Weekend to be held in June.

A small group of folks invited by Dylan Bathurst attended, none of us having any idea that within a few months the event would grow to hosting over 150 people. Since there was no existing space, it was held at The Beat Coffeehouse, though a few months later it moved into the /usr/lib space upstairs.

Like all eras, however, this one is set to come to a close on Thursday, January 30th, at 7:00pm in /usr/lib above The Beat at 520 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV. The /usr/lib space is being closed, and so it seems fitting to have a strong Jelly showing.

And now, it looks like a new organizer, Fode Diop, is stepping up to take charge of organizing the Jelly, so it will live again. Where? Perhaps we’ll have a future interview with Fode where he shares his plans.

My memory of that night has already faded somewhat, but fortunately Shavonnah Tiera thought to document it. Her camera captured the events of that night (ignore the July date on the video, it was actually April).

When my co-blogger here, John Lynn, sent out a tweet suggesting a final Jelly, my thoughts immediately went back to the first one and I started to wonder how many of the original group would attend this one.

So, here is my call out to:

Will you be able to attend the not-so-final Jelly?

I hope someone records this one too.

January 25, 2014 I Written By

A veteran of five startups (one of which conducted a successful IPO), Rick Duggan is currently Director of Website Systems at Zappos IP, Inc.. Prior to joining the Zappos Family of Companies, he was Chief Technology Officer of Thinker, Inc., a Las Vegas-based provider of digital signage and co-founder and VP of Engineering & Operations at Incanta. One of the first people involved in the VegasTech community, he acts as a community evangelist, mentor, and is co-creator of the VegasStartups.com blog. He is an advisor to VegasTech companies Rolltech and LaunchKey.

#VegasTech Wins Health-Based Code-a-thon in Palm Springs, CA

The following is a guest blog post by Christian Torres.

Last week a hand full of techies from the Vegas tech community were selected to be a part of a code-a-thon called Code 4 Health in Palm Springs, CA. This Code-a-thon was hosted by Tumbr, Jawbone Up, The Clinton Foundation and the Ace Hotel. We got to “compete” with other participants from Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco.

I just happen to be one of the 8 selected to represent the VegasTech community.
-Savannah Collins, who works at the UNLV Startup Center
-Susan Hinton, who works for Zappos, does the downtown podcast and is heavily involved in the maker community
-Jason Grotte a graphic designer who also works for Zappos
-The Wedgies Team that consist of Jimmy Jacobson, Porter Haney, Mark Johnson and Chris Moody
-And yours truly

It’s been interesting to see all of the buzz the we’re able to generate since the team that won the Code 4 Health Code-a-thon was made up of Vegas Tech members.

The winner of the code-a-thon was a Vegas Tech team that built an app called Walk It Off. It connects your Jawbone Up with Automatic to track the distance you drove your car and compared the data to see how many steps you could have taken instead of driving. To learn more about Walk it Off click here.

Here are a few tweets about the Vegas Tech Winners:

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We were judged by Chelsea Clinton, the vice chair of the Clinton Foundation; Mark Mathews, a Desert Healthcare District board member; Art Acosta, the director of manufacturing at Care Fusion Corporation in San Diego a and Joel Fashingbauer, the president and COO of Silicon Springs Ventures in Palm Desert. The criteria that they used to judge us was based on our app’s design, creativity, potential impact and how well it helped people become more physically active

Now, the thing that made Code 4 Health different than any other startup weekend or hackathon out there was the big emphasis on building health-based apps while being as healthy as possible while building them.

Most hackathons run for a weekend (typically 72 hrs) where entrepreneurs, developers and designers build something from nothing. In doing so they will often stay up all night with 2-3hrs of sleep while on Heavy doses of coffee, greasy pizza, red bulls to keep you focused and beer to calm the nerves when you’re pitching.

Code 4 Health wanted to stay away from all that and that’s why they called it a code-a-thon not a hackathon.

They had catered very healthy meals for us, had stretching sessions, created an app for us called snoozercise to measure how much sleep & steps we took during the code-a-thon and even had us run a 5k (myself and 4 others acutely ran the whole thing). Looking back now it probably wasn’t the best idea to have a bunch of tech nerds running a 5k when we could of just been more focused on building our apps, but I do understand and appreciate where they were coming from.

Anyways, the winners of the code-a-thon got three years of mentoring, facilities in the Coachella Valley iHub, access to the Palm Springs Accelerator Campus and 3 of those rad looking Jawbone Big JamBox.

The rest of us did not leave empty handed, we all got to keep our Jawbone UP that they gave us at the beginning of the code-a-thon, we had our rooms at the Ace Hotel, meals & travel paid for and we got to make friends with like minded people.

Overall it was an amazing code-a-thon! We have a few more on the way and we’ll keep you in the loop.

January 24, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Vegas Startup Company Profile: DevPoint Labs

The following is a short company profile interview with Ty Diamse, co-founder of DevPoint Labs. If you’d like your vegas startup company profiled, drop us a note on our contact us page.

Tell us about your company

DevPoint Labs is an 11 week coding and entrepreneur bootcamp. The best way to learn how to code starts by really committing yourself. Next it helps to attend an in-person classroom with other like-minded individuals getting your hands dirty and building that “muscle memory.” We teach anyone how to program in Ruby on Rails or iOS development so you can build your own idea, launch a new career, or simply become a technical founder. The program is eight hours a day, five days a week, for eleven weeks. We hold four quarters in the year and our next class begins February 3rd, 2014.

Tell us about your team

Nhi Doan and I (Ty Diamse) are the co-founders of DevPoint Labs. Since becoming friends in high school we have worked on multiple startups together that taught us each valuable lessons. Nhi has over nine years of experience in tech ranging from web development, systems, data and networking. He is currently wrapping up his Master’s in Information Systems Management at the U of U David Eccles School of Business. Entrepreneurship is my passion and I have studied it since my early teens. I am proud Alumni from The Starter League in Chicago where I learned how to code and developed most of my web programming expertise. I also have over five years experience in project management with the DoD.

Why did you choose Las Vegas? What do you love about Las Vegas?

Las Vegas was an easy decision because it’s close to our Salt Lake City campus and the VegasTech scene is vibrant and growing at an alarming rate. We believe our startup fits and compliments the VegasTech community very well. It’s no secret that Las Vegas is the nation’s playground which is a huge draw and that makes our code school that much more attractive to students around the world.

I love the culture and tight knit community in Vegas. The problem in Salt Lake City is they’re not very collaborative. We’ve seen the exact opposite in the VegasTech community. This is a huge benefit to any startup beginning or relocating to Vegas.

What can the Las Vegas community do to help your company?

We need help in three areas. 1) If you or you know someone interested in accelerating their coding education then tell them about us. 2) We’re always looking for junior to senior level mentors to help out. They generally meet once a week with our students to help with any questions. 3) If you’re a company that’s looking to hire any developers then please come talk to us. We’d love bring you on as a hiring partner.

What’s your best advice for startup entrepreneurs?

Get out and talk to your customers. You will learn a lot more then you think and save a lot of time and money.

Where can we find out more about your company? What’s your twitter handle?

Go to our site at www.DevPointLabs.com. Find us on Twitter @DevPointLabs

January 23, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Qualifyor Looks to Fill Gap Between Education and Employment in Las Vegas

The following is a guest post by Jonathan Cervantes.

I’m an 18 year old Las Vegas native running media and digital for Qualifyor, a Downtown Project backed consultancy that offers affordable, reliable, and high quality technical and creative project work (i.e. basic website design and building, graphic design, video, social media, etc.). Given the sobering statistics on youth unemployment in this country, you may be wondering how I ended up with a job like this.

Currently the market for web design and development, graphic design, video, and inbound marketing is primarily populated by high priced agencies or low priced crowd sourced providers. (e.g. 99 designs, eLance, Odesk). Small businesses and startups often have limited resources, which puts agency work out of their reach. On the other hand, they are cautious of going with an online provider as the teams staffing these types of projects are frequently located across the globe, making for language, cultural, and timezone barriers. Add to that a lack of personal referrals or recommendations to ensure the talent is reliable, and companies struggle with whether the low cost providers are even worth the hassle. This is where the unique part about Qualifyor comes in, because their projects are staffed by teams of vetted and trained young apprentices, and overseen by experienced professionals.

In offering this type of a service at affordable rates, Qualifyor improves the customer experience, but also provides real work experience and exposure to young people with strong hard skills in project areas. Qualifyor develops and trains apprentices (who are typically aged eighteen to twenty-three) making them desirable to potential employers who may otherwise be hesitant to hire relatively inexperienced young people. Although Qualifyor is not a recruitment agency, it can assist companies looking for great entry-level hires. The model allows for clients to work with young talent on projects and then potentially hire from that pool of consultants.

Qualifyor was founded to bridge the gap between education and employment and initially focused on placing young people in internships. As a member of the inaugural class, I underwent personality testing, was matched with a mentor, competed in project weeks, and had the opportunity to attend soft skills workshops and boot camps led by a number of companies ranging in size from small startups to large corporations. It was through the boot camps and workshops that I met people from MGM Resorts International, Zappos, Google, Project 100, RollTech, and Wedgies, among others, who taught me things like project management, responsibility, accountability, branding, professionalism, and time management. This hands-on, industry driven education enabled me to demonstrate my skill real time, and I secured an internship with Qualifyor that later turned into a full time job. I’m also starting college part time this spring, but I feel that the most effective education I’m receiving right now comes from actually doing the job college aims to prepare me for.

Currently, all of the Qualifyor grads are either in college, have secured jobs (most with their host company), or are both in college and working. Although Qualifyor had success with its initial three month internship model and is keeping most of the educational components of that beta program, during the program’s upcoming second phase, Qualifyor is transitioning to the consultancy model I described above.

In order to address the massive societal challenges surrounding education and employment right now (i.e. 4 million unfilled U.S. jobs, student debt, youth unemployment, and skills mismatch) we need a more integrated system, which offers young people a chance to build a professional network, explore potential career paths, and actually get hands on experience before making a massive investment in college. Qualifyor aims to do this in a way driven by industry demand.

There are several ways to get involved with Qualifyor. Whether you’re looking to have a project sourced by them, wanting to make an impact on the community by becoming mentor or an advisor, or you’re wanting to join the program, there’s definitely an option and way to get involved with Qualifyor. If you want more information on Qualifyor or if you simply want to get in contact with them, visit qualifyor.com.

January 22, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

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