The startup software company Eariously, co-founded by Nick Rimsa ’13, has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Maine Technology Institute. The grant will allow Rimsa to “continue working with software design and development specialists to bring its product to market,” the Central Maine Growth Council reported. Eariously software converts digital text—from a website, a PDF, email, etc.—into audio that can be listened to on a laptop or phone. “Maine’s entrepreneurship leaders are ensuring that software startups see success by designing for our success. We’re very happy to be making Eariously here,” Rimsa said of his Waterville-based company.

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