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5 top trending innovation stories in Houston this week
Editor's note: The most read stories on InnovationMap this week cover a myriad of things — from tech innovators and Houston innovation events to recently funded startups and growing software companies. Here are the stories that you're reading.
3 Houston tech innovators to know this week
These three innovators are using their technology to provide solutions across industries. Courtesy photos
Innovation isn't always about being the first to create a technology. Sometimes, innovation is seeing the potential an existing technology has to impact a different industry. That's what all three of this week's innovators to know have done across industries. And, they are are only just getting started. Read the full story here.
5 Houston startups beginning 2019 with new capital
These five companies are starting 2019 out with some cash, and here's what they plan on doing with it. Getty Images
Finding growing Houston startups is as easy as following the money, and a few local companies are starting 2019 strong with a recent round of funding closed. InnovationMap has rounded up a few recent raises to highlight heading into the new year. Read the full story here.
Updated: 10 can't-miss innovation events for January
From enlightening talks to anniversary celebrations, here's where you need to be in January. Getty Images
Houston's innovation community is starting 2019 strong with plenty of business professional events. This story first published a few weeks ago, but has been updated to include new events. Read the full story here.
Houston software company looks to grow its workforce internationally
This growing Houston company is providing industrial industries with smart analytics. Getty Images
A Houston-based analytics-focused company is gearing up for growth in 2019 and plans to staff up its headquarters and remote offices abroad.
Arundo Analytics Inc. brings industrial companies — which sometimes are slow to adopt brand-new technology — into the world of machine learning and advanced analytics to help boost revenue, cut costs and reduce risks. Read the full story here.
Growing Houston cyber security company plans to hire
Houston-based Security Gate has grown 1,000 percent each year. Getty Images
Cyber security is constantly evolving, and, while information hacks are always a concern, worst-case scenarios could even be life threatening.
Houston-based startup, Security Gate, is addressing all of types of cyber security threats, says Ted Gutierrez, an Army special forces vet and co-founder and CEO of the company. Read the full story here.