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Valley Forge-based search engine DuckDuckGo started recruiting a Philly-area marketing street team. The company is looking for students — get more details here. Students will develop their own marketing campaigns and the successful ones will be launched worldwide, says DuckDuckGo’s Community Manager Zac Pappis.
Flying Kite covers the new class of the Project Liberty Digital Incubator, which just moved in to the new Philadelphia Daily News and Inquirer offices. Check out our earlier coverage here. The startups are Rumble, tapCLIQ and Zaahah.
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Philly Startup Leaders released two video interviews as part of its Startup Stories series. Entrepreneurs Balu Chandrasekaran of Lokalty and Zikria Syed of NextDocs, which is below, are both featured.
West Conshohocken’s office space finder OpenDesks just started a series on the “ins and outs of finding office space.”
ThingWorx, the Exton-based company that uses technology to make inanimate objects more useful, recently teamed up with Dirt Road Data to produce agricultural metrics for smarter farming, according to a press release.