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Who’s getting funded?
Cyber Reliant, an Annapolis-based cybersecurity firm, raised $608,000 in debt of a $1 million offering, according to an SEC filing.
6th Street Commerce raised $1.5 million in debt in a $1.8 million offering, according to an SEC filing. The company, currently based in the Emerging Technology Centers’ Haven Street incubator, works to streamline ecommerce through its proprietary SalesWarp platform.
IT consultancy Mind Over Machines, with offices in Owings Mills, was awarded a $15 million contract to handle maintenance and application development for the National Institutes of Health, as Technical.ly Baltimore reported.
Staq, which has offices in Hampden and New York, raised $2.5 million in its Series A round, as Technical.ly Baltimore reported.
Who’s making moves?
Canton’s OrderUp announced two hires. Renee Beck, late of Medifast and Cleo Communications, is OrderUp’s director of public relations and communications, The Daily Record reports. Jesse Muniz joins the company as marketing fulfillment manager, according to a separate Record report.
Owings Mills-based Medifast on Tuesday announced a partnership with fitness tracker maker Fitbit, The Baltimore Sun reports.
Who’s getting buzz?
HDScores, after hitting some approval speed bumps, released its app for iPhone and iPad, as Technical.ly Baltimore reported. The app maps and displays publicly available restaurant inspection information for hundreds of jurisdictions, including Anne Arundel and Howard counties, Delaware and the District of Columbia.
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