Dorsey, Gravity Investors Raise $35M to Launch High Alpha

Former ExactTarget CEO Scott Dorsey and three Indianapolis startup mavens have raised $35 million to launch a studio that will create tech companies.

6.10.2015
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From the Indianapolis Business Journal  Former ExactTarget CEO Scott Dorsey and three Indianapolis startup mavens have raised $35 million to launch a studio that will create tech companies to capitalize on the growing demand for enterprise software.  

The venture is called High Alpha, and Dorsey, 47, is its managing partner. Partners Kristian Andersen, Mike Fitzgerald and Eric Tobias, who also are investors in the seed fund Gravity Ventures, round out the team. High Alpha includes High Alpha Studio, its operating arm, and High Alpha Seed, its investment arm.  

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