The Incubator

Accelerator partner: First National Bank builds on entrepreneurial legacy

“First National Bank has an 80-year relationships with businesses that began as startups. And we’ve never forgotten it.” Here’s why the bank supports Zeal’s accelerator program.

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Falls Angel Fund announces new investment

A North Dakota software-technology company is the latest investment for Falls Angel Fund, a Sioux Falls-based angel investment fund.

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Accelerator partner: Eide Bailly offers accounting expertise

The Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship is excited to partner with Eide Bailly in its 2017 accelerator program. Eide Bailly partner Keith Severson shares why his firm supports the program.

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Companies to watch: These three biotech startups are in clinical trials

Three companies with a huge range of promising technologies will be part of a panel discussion June 15 at Breakthrough, an annual summit and banquet for South Dakota Biotech.

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Revealing new research details S.D. biotech industry

A new study has some revealing findings about biotechnology in South Dakota.

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Innovation consultant to speak at Zeal

An innovation consultant will take questions and be part of a networking event Wednesday at the Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship.

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Biotech summit finds synergy with regional, national events in city

Three biotech-related events will feed off one another in June as their attendees converge in Sioux Falls.

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Fireworks business adding second location

A fireworks business featuring online ordering is adding a second location.

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Chamber president wants to engage with entrepreneurship

Jason Ball talks about his vision for his role on the Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship board and how the Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce can support entrepreneurship.

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Sanford inventor collaborating with medical giant

Sanford Health’s Dr. Patrick Kelly will collaborate with global medical technology leader Boston Scientific to develop a device that could transform treatment for life-threatening blood clots in the lungs.

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