Archive for September, 2010

LivingSocial Goes Local in Offering Big Deals

Because no one can resist the temptation of buying things on sale and with discount tags on them, social commerce sites are booming so much that local merchants are giving away as many deals as possible to customers who want to shop as much as they want. LivingSocial is fast becoming one of the most [...]

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BankSimple Soon to Launch Easier Banking Experience

With the economy still trying to rise from its recession, it’s important that people know how they should spend their money. Banks don’t often give out practical advice to their clients, but instead offer more products. Ironically, these products will make clients spend more in order to save up. That’s why a New York City-based [...]

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Jessica Mah Gets 1.5 Million Funding for inDinero at Age 20

If you think startup businesses are for grown-up adults who’ve been well into their late twenties and thirties, then you haven’t heard of 20 year-old Jessica Mah, who is currently building her own startup called inDinero. inDinero is a software management tool that helps a business manage its finances and other activities. inDinero not only [...]

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TechStars Expands to New York City

New York City is fast becoming the newest home for many startups, and TechStars is taking notice. This year, TechStars will be expanding to the NYC, along with three previous cities it has touched: Colorado, Boston, and Seattle. TechStars is a startup incubator that aims to turns good ideas to excellent ones, and eventually letting [...]

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Travelling the City the UpNext Way

If you’re part of the populace who are having a hard time reading online maps, even when it’s Google or Bing Maps, then the new UpNext just might be your solution to understand everything about them. UpNext is a NYC-based, 4-person startup that utilizes 3D mapping to tour users around locations. UpNext calls their 3D-mapping [...]

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