Kathryn Hough
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Kathryn is a writer for Techli covering ecommerce, social, and the startup hubs of Portland, St. Louis, and Chicago. She is the CMO and co-founder of Huedio, a startup that is currently in stealth mode. Kathryn was an early employee at DailyBurn, a TechStars class of 2008, which was acquired by IAC in 2010. Prior to her foray into startups, Kathryn co-founded the New School Free Press at New School University.
 

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Chicago Invests $1.25 Million To Train Disadvantaged Students For The Jobs ...

The city of Chicago announced this week that it will allocate $1.25 million in recovered TIF funds toward training disadvantaged students in innovative manufacturing as part of a plan to create new programs at the Austin Polytechnical Academy.   [Read More]

Dude, Where’s My Food? GrubHub’s New Track My Grub Feature Solv...

Chicago-based GrubHub announces the release of "Track Your Grub" this week, a new feature that allows customers to track their food from the time that the delivery worker leaves the restaurant to the moment that it reaches your door.  [Read More]

Rick Turoczy Spotlights Portland’s Startup Scene At Bright Lights Tal...

Last night, Rick Turoczy of the Portland Incubator Experiment took that stage at Bright Lights: Discussions on the City to discuss the Portland startup scene. Turoczy has been living in Portland for 20 years.  [Read More]

In Defense Of PRServe

Late this week, a company called PRServe was banned from pitching stories to TechCrunch after Alexia Tsotsis banned the pay per placement business model. Here at Techli, we are welcoming these pitches. Here's why.  [Read More]

Billiken Angels Network Drops St. Louis University Requirement

The Billiken Angels Network, part of Saint Louis University’s John Cook School of Business, announced this week that it is dropping the requirement that all investments must have founders with ties to the university as students, former students, faculty, or staff.   [Read More]

Why Entrepreneurs Hate Wantrepreneurs

Ok everyone, I'll admit it. I used to be a wantrepreneur. A wantrepreneur is someone who attends all of the startup events, meetups, and participates in online discussions about entrepreneurship without actually being an entrepreneur.  [Read More]

Sick Of Election Results? Track Legislation Instead With TrakBill

A new startup called TrakBill is a search engine that will provide all of the information that both citizens and lobbyists need to know to track the legislative action around specific issues like education.  [Read More]

CollabNet And UC4 Software Partner To Automate Enterprise DevOps At Scale

CollabNet a global leader for Enterprise Cloud Development and Agile ALM, and UC4 Software, the leader in IT Process Automation, are announcing a partnership today that will help IT organizations achieve enterprise DevOps at scale.  [Read More]

How A Startup Can Change The Election

Raising money via Twitter is attractive to a candidate rather than other fundraising options because political fundraising is about convincing your friends, family and like minded people to invest in an idea and a person.  [Read More]

Onshore Outsourcing Fights The “Walmart Effect” In Rural Americ...

Onshore Outsourcing's mission is to prevent foreign outsourcing by encouraging companies to outsource jobs to rural areas where jobs are needed the most.  [Read More]