2022 Rookie Business of the year

In another corporate milestone, Infinity Labs received the 2022 Dayton Business Journal ‘Rookie Business of the Year’ award as part of the publication’s annual Business of the Year program. According to the nomination requirements, a “rookie” business is one operating within the first five years of incorporation. Accepting the award on behalf of the company, Chief Product Officer, Kurt Glendenning, highlighted the excitement and meaningfulness of the honor as one of many on the Infinity team hailing from the area. According to Glendenning, “as someone who was born in Dayton, Ohio, raised in Vandalia, a graduate of Butler High School, and a two-time grad from Wright State University, I could not be more personally proud of this achievement and honored to accept this award on behalf of our company.” Glendenning went on to thank Infinity employees for the hard work and their families for the steadfast support stating, “they are the ones that truly give Infinity Labs its reputation and provide the backbone to enable us to realize our vision with the company.”

Infinity would also like to recognize the Dayton Business Journal for the marketing and advocacy they continually provide for local businesses as it their support and platform the helps drive top notch talent to our team.

Dayton Business Journal 2022 Rookie Business of the Year Winners

Pictured left to right, Nick Marquart, Amanda Marquart, Alina Glendenning, and Kurt Glendenning

Kurt Glendenning accept the 2022 ‘Rookie Business of the Year’ award

Kurt’s excited about the trophy!

2021 Business of the Year Award

Infinity Labs is pleased to announce the company’s selection as a 2021 Dayton Business Journal Business of the Year for the ‘Veteran-owned’ business category. With an awards ceremony on Veteran’s Day, Chief Strategy Officer, Jason Molnar, an Army veteran himself, proudly accepted the award on behalf of the company at the black-tie gala held at Dayton’s Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center. In his speech, Molnar thanked Infinity Labs employees reminding the audience that starting the company “was and has always been about them.” Further, Molnar highlighted the company’s plans to build on the successes of 2020 and 2021 with a transformational year in 2022.

Infinity would also like to recognize the talented staff and news team at the Dayton Business Journal whose tireless efforts to put businesses first and recognize entrepreneurs in the region, is second to none. Also of note, Infinity was a finalist in the ‘Rookie’ business category as well.

Startup of the year!

We are both humbled and honored to be selected by the Dayton Development Coalition for the “2020 Entrepreneurial Startup” award. This would not be possible without our amazing team who each bring next level innovation and skill to everything that they do.

A special thanks goes out to the Linquest/Perduco Team for the support they have given us in our startup journey.

Finally, we would be remiss if we didn’t give thanks to the amazing Dayton Development Coalition for their continued support during this process and never-ending willingness to answer questions and help us find creative solutions.

Here’s the official announcement in case you missed it.

Be sure to catch the full award ceremony here.

Click here for the Dayton Daily News writeup.

Prime contract award announcement for USAF ABMS

The pirates of Infinity Labs proudly raise their colors and claim victory over the status quo today. We gleefully announce a $950M ceiling IDIQ Prime award on the United States Air Force Advanced Battle Management System program. For a moment, we’d like to put down our celebratory ale horns and humbly thank the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) for both the honor and opportunity associated with this award. While Infinity Labs is a relatively new company, this award demonstrates the breadth and depth of our capability in this domain. Thank you for the selection. The official approved media statement follows:

Infinity Labs LLC has been awarded a $950,000,000 ceiling indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the maturation, demonstration and proliferation of capability across platforms and domains, leveraging open systems design, modern software and algorithm development in order to enable Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2). This contract is part of a multiple award multi-level security effort to provide development and operation of systems as a unified force across all domains (air, land, sea, space, cyber, and electromagnetic spectrum) in an open architecture family of systems that enables capabilities via multiple integrated platforms.

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Infinity Labs is proud to announce our affiliation and membership with the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C).

Quantum Economic Development Consortium Announcement

We’re proud to announce our affiliation and membership with the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C).

The QED-C is a consortium of stakeholders that aims to enable and grow the U.S. quantum industry. QED-C was established with support from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) as part of the Federal strategy for advancing quantum information science. Infinity Labs is proud to be a charter member of the quantum consortium and is eager to work with the community on next-generation challenges and opportunities.

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