Investing is risky business, and the key to success is funding the startup ‘gazelles’ along with the many the startup failures.
In Oklahoma, we are taking on the challenge of risk capital formation for entrepreneurs and startups without the venture capital sources.
Scott Meacham tells OKCBiz that his mission at i2E is to keep Oklahoma’s startups growing and thriving — as Oklahoma companies.
Stillwater’s Associated Material Processing provides a unique iron polymer that economically removes arsenic from water and other fluids.
The growth of entrepreneurs and small businesses started in Oklahoma means more home offices, the holy grail of all economic development activity.
Startup companies are a critical element to job growth and creating a vibrant economy in Oklahoma and across the nation.
Are Oklahoma schools and educational institutions doing enough to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship among our young people?
i2E’s GrowOK Fund provides an option for Oklahoma bankers when they can’t provide funding for a promising deal.
i2E is focused on helping Oklahoma’s startup “saplings” grow into successful companies with venture advice and capital.
i2E President and CEO Scott Meacham talks about his vision for the company on this week’s editions of the Oklahoma Innovations radio show.
i2E funding helps Oklahoma companies like Moleculera become successful with critical capital early in their business lifecycle.
More than 100 people helped us welcome Scott Meacham to i2E as our new President and CEO in a reception at the PHF Conference Center
At i2E, we combat the “valley of death” with a continuum of “smart” capital that moves with an entrepreneur from milestone to milestone.
Tulsa’s ICEdot has shifted the focus of its emergency ID technology to serve biking and other athletic and outdoors markets.
Oklahoma angel investors find promising deals and contribute to success of new businesses across the state.
Oklahoma has the cornerstones of an innovation economy, but we’re missing a long-range plan to focus our efforts on growing it.
New i2E President and CEO Scott Meacham discussed his transition to the role in a Business Q&A with The Oklahoman newspaper.
The key ingredient for the success of any economy is access to risk capital, and i2E offers more funding sources than ever.
Scott Meacham, the new CEO of i2E, said he’s already seeing innovative new companies in the works that makes 2013 a promising year for Oklahoma.
cott Meacham, a director with the Crowe & Dunlevy law firm and former Oklahoma State Treasurer, has been named President and CEO of i2E, Inc.