01/06/2019 | News release | Distributed by Public on 01/05/2019 23:35
January 6, 2019
120WaterAudit, an Indiana company founded and led by 2004 graduate of DePauw University graduate Megan Glover, 'has been selected for a global accelerator focusing on innovative water solutions,' reports Inside Indiana Business. 'The cloud-based water testing and services platform joins 12 other companies from five countries in the ImagineH20 program. The accelerator provides participants access to mentors to help with visibility and marketing to help launch and scale their businesses. It also connects the companies to a global network of potential customers and investors.'
Glover, who is chief executive officer of 120WaterAudit, says this brings her firm 'instant visibility internationally.'
Andy Ober reports, 'She says 120WaterAudit will head to San Francisco in march for in-person mentoring and a pitch competition among the 13 participants.'
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Glover's company bills itself as 'the leading cloud based software and managed services company that helps customers plan, manage and execute water quality and infrastructure programs at the point of use.' It was one of three Indiana companies to receive funding from Rise of the Rest, a venture capital group led by former AOL CEO Steve Case.
Megan Casey Glover, who majored in communication at DePauw, recently joined the board of the new Indiana Technology & Innovation Association. She was among the Indianapolis Business Journal's 'Forty Under 40' for 2018. Read more here.Back