VIDEO: Sandoval, Schieve laud quintet of Reno tech startups
RENO, Nev. — On June 5, Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve and other regional officials gathered for a press conference at the Whitney Peak Hotel in to recognize five thriving Reno startups.
Tech companies Bombora, Breadware, The Sufferfest, Talage and MyVR were lauded for acquiring more than $10 million in funding and bringing more than 125 new tech jobs to the area over the past several months, with an average annual wage of $77,000.
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The innovative software from Reno-based Lulius Innovation focuses on automating workflows, giving organizations such as Cal Guard a real-time view of everything from aircraft readiness to flight crew status to budget management.