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Head & Heal co-founder and CEO Karli Miller-Hornick

Head & Heal CEO Featured in Authority Magazine

Karli Miller-Hornick, co-founder and CEO of Rev member company Head & Heal, was recently featured in Authority Magazine’s new series “How To Successfully Ride The Emotional Highs & Lows of Being an Entrepreneur.” Through interviews with successful entrepreneurs, the magazine...

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Dimensional Energy Receives $50K IAED Investment

Dimensional Energy, a company on a mission to transform carbon dioxide into fuel, received funding from Ithaca Area Economic Development this summer. The $50,000 convertible debt investment was made through the Opportunity Fund, part of IAED’s Revolving Loan Fund Program...

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Herbert Dwyer, CEO and founder of EMPEQ

EMPEQ Launches Equipment Audit App

EMPEQ launched its new Fast Site Survey mobile app offering a streamlined data capture and reporting process for commercial building equipment audits, cutting the time needed for site surveying by up to 80%....

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Two students examine the prototype of a light box at Rev.

Rother Talks Climate Tech with the Ithaca Times

Ken Rother, director of Rev: Ithaca Startup Works and its hardware programming, recently discussed Rev's ClimateTech Prototyping Hardware Accelerator with the Ithaca Times. According to Rother, the program will help facilitate the expansion of clean energy startups by introducing entrepreneurs...

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Farther Farms' fries incorporated into a kimchi poutine dish served at Luna Inspired Street Food in Ithaca, New York.

Startup’s Sustainable Tech Takes Food Farther

Farther Farms, a food tech startup with Cornell roots, is utilizing an innovative sterilization technology to produce shelf-stable foods that don’t need freezing or refrigeration. Their first product is the world’s first commercially available shelf-stable french fry....

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Ladders stand in front of newly built bouldering walls at Cayuga Climbs.

New Climbing Gym Gains a Foothold in the Region

Cayuga Climbs is one of the latest companies to join the Rev: Ithaca Startup Works community. The climbing gym—the first of its kind open to the general public in Tompkins County—is scheduled to open its doors on May 15 at...

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Coins spill out of a jar tipped on its side. The jar and coins are on a white surface and background.

GiveGab Joins EveryAction in Company Acquisition

GiveGab, a longtime Rev member, recently joined forces with EveryAction, the fastest-growing and second largest nonprofit software company on the market, bringing together the best-in-class products. GiveGab is the market leader in nonprofit, community-wide fundraising. With this merger, GiveGab will remain...

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A person wearing safety goggles and a blue Rev tee shirt sodders a piece of hardware.

Hardware Product Accelerator Focuses on Climate Tech Solutions

Rev: Ithaca Startup Works is pleased to announce the launch of the ClimateTech Prototyping Hardware Accelerator, supported by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) through its Accelerate Southern Tier program announced in early April, which will...

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