American Evidence Management

Mike Jacob (right), founder of the local tech company, American Evidence Management, speaks to Rama Sobhani (center), a law student at Indiana University and a local courthouse intern, as well as Dr. Jason Salstrom of Purdue Foundry this week about his selection as one of the Southern Indiana Regional winners in Elevate Ventures State Pitch Competition. He received $80,000 in seed money and is now eligible for more as the statewide competition moves forward.

A local entrepreneur and Pantheon member who received help with a business startup has moved on to the next level in a statewide pitch competition.

Mike Jacob and his tech company, American Evidence Management, were selected as one of the Southern Indiana Regional winners in Elevate Ventures State Pitch Competition, officials with the Pantheon announced this week. The recognition makes American Evidence Management one of just six companies in the state awarded $80,000 in seed money, investments meant to boost Indiana startups as they create “high-growth businesses and jobs across the state,” according to a press release issued by the co-working space.

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