The post-hospitalisation period can be complex to manage, for both healthcare practitioners and the patient’s family. This new US startup has developed an app designed to help provide post-acute care solutions.
Now a tech accelerator called The Iron Yard in upstate South Carolina is launching its own digital health accelerator.
Upstate South Carolina has designers, startups and The Iron Yard, a thriving accelerator, educator and network of co-working spaces. It also has hospitals and venture capitalists eager for software that transforms healthcare.
The fifth annual SXSW Accelerator took place March 11-13, 2013 in Austin, Texas. A live audience, as well as a panel of expert judges, discovered advancement…
A new health startup accelerator has launched in South Carolina that’s accepting applications for new companies looking to commercialize ideas in the medic
Digital health entrepreneurs in the Southeast now have a new source of help for launching a company: The Iron Yard in Spartanburg, SC. The organization has already had one class of tech startups and now is expanding to digital health.
Upstate South Carolina has designers, startups and The Iron Yard, a thriving accelerator, educator and network of co-working spaces. It also has hospitals and venture capitalists eager for software that transforms healthcare. A partnership with The Iron Yard will bring innovators to Spartanburg this summer to create the Southeast’s first digital health accelerator.
The Iron Yard, an incubator and accelerator in South Carolina, today announced the launch of a new accelerator focused on health. The Digital Health Program follows in the footsteps of other health accelerators, such as DreamIt Health, Rock Health, and Blueprint Health.
A new partnership between Clemson University and the local ride sharing venture, RidePost.com could change the future of transportation at the university.
Two Upstate entrepreneurs have launched a new technology company that gives some insight into the types of ventures that could spawn from the business accelerator coming to downtown Spartanburg — The Iron Yard.
Earlier this spring, Mason Steward and Eric Dodds from The Iron Yard company spoke with the students in my Technology classes. They talked about some of the “fun stuff” they are doing in the computer programming classes that they teach as a community outreach.
While it may seem somewhat counter intuitive that one of the nation’s most highly respected accelerator/incubators in the country would call Greenville, SC home, The Iron Yard has garnered the respect of entrepreneurs nationwide.
One of our founders, Matthew Smith, talks with The Great Discontent about art, motorcycles, and the internet.
Parking and Transportation Services has partnered with RidePost to launch a more cost effective, social network for ride-sharing that has the potential to provide us with added features and analytical options that will help to quantify how many cars and emissions we are reducing on campus.
Once accepted to Digital Product Design, students will undergo three months of an intensive design class focusing on digital products. They’ll learn from designer professionals and mentors, while working on both team and individual projects. At the end, The Iron Yard works to place each student at a job of their choosing, or they get a tuition refund after six months of job searching.
RidePost, one of the newest startups in the ever-growing cadre of D.C. transportation options, will be looking for a community manager, a back-end engineer, and possibly a front-end engineer in the coming months.