Forcivity in the news, and events of interest.
Forcivity sponsors Northeast Dreamin’ 2018
Bring your Ohana spirit to this New England happening! We are going to make a local delivery of a taste of Dreamforce. Northeast Dreamin’ is a community led Salesforce event designed to bring you relevant content, training and opportunity right to our region. Event date: November 16th; Welcome Reception: Evening of November 15th.
Forcivity sponsors Gateway Hills 2 Mile Trail Race
Gateway Hills 3rd Annual Trail Race, Sunday June 11, 2017 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM EDT. All pre-registered runners and walkers receive a one Month Free Membership “All-Access Pass” to Gateway Hills Health Club!!
Yaris hailed as a ‘Big picture thinker’
When a small, high-tech startup that had been operating over a garage in Goffstown was named a runner-up in a local business competition, the new company won rent-free office space in Nashua for a year. That was exciting news to Ben Yaris
Big data startup talks opportunity and challenges in New Hampshire
Forcivity is a New Hampshire startup that formed just as the Department of Resources and Economic Development would hope companies originate in the state — as a spinoff developed by former employees of in-state tech giants EqualLogic, SilverTech and Dyn.
Announcing the 2016 Winners of the 5th Annual Flatley Challenge
Forcivity is looking forward to moving into their new office space at NTP next month. “Receiving runner-up in the Flatley Challenge is new validation that we’re creating something special at Forcivity,” said Steve Baines, CEO and founder.
XenoTherapeutics and Datanomix win 5th annual Flatley Challenge
In addition, two runners-up have been offered free office space at Gateway Hills: Forcivity, a cloud-based data reporting and access platform startup and Therapeutic Innovations, a healthcare engineering startup developing cost-effective pediatric care devices for the developing world.
John Flatley Challenge honors nonprofit XenoTherapeutics, startup Datanomix
Two runners-up will also receive free office space at Gateway Hills; Forcivity, a cloud-based data reporting and access platform startup, won second place in the high-tech category.
Interview with Forcivity’s Founder/CEO Steve Baines – Small Business Show 95
Steve shares his experience moving from consultant to business owner and how becoming your own customer can lead to a new business venture. We also spend time discussing motivating yourself to power through tough times, how to pick a (good) partner, how to pick the right employees and one of our favorite topics: creating your own reality to nudge you along towards success. Listen in and learn about Steve’s journey and more on episode 95 of the Small Business Show!
Forcivity sponsors Tech Tonics FTC – seventh graders learning about Tech
FTC (First Tech Challenge) is an out-of-school program for 7th-12th grade students that was founded by inventor and entrepreneur Dean Kamen in order to help students learn about the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through hands-on learning and interdisciplinary experience in the field of robotics.
Forcivity Founder and CEO, Steve Baines, interviews with Live Free and Start
Live Free and Start is a joint initiative of the Governor’s Office, the Business Finance Authority and the Department of Resources and Economic Development aimed at creating jobs and making New Hampshire an even better place for innovative businesses to start, grow and succeed. LFS provides startups with the resources and connections they need to build their businesses in the Granite State.
Awato wins top prize in 2016 TechOut competition
Forcivity and KudosWall also earn awards at Manchester event
TechOut, now in its fifth year, is open to startups that have been in business for fewer than five years, raised less than $250,000 in funding and have less than $250,000 in revenue. It is produced in partnership with Alpha Loft, and has helped nine past winners launch and grow their businesses in the Granite State.
TechOut 2016 competition names five finalists vying to be top startup
Five finalists have been selected for TechOut 2016, New Hampshire’s largest tech startup competition. The partnership between the New Hampshire High Tech Council and Alpha Loft identifies entrepreneurs with viable plans to develop and market new technology products and funds them through investment capital awards of $100,000 a year.