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As reported by the St. Louis Business Journal, the Prosper Women Entrepreneurs accelerator picked the Brooklyn-based Humblee to be among its cohort of five women-led companies.
It does not seem the company will need to relocate there, though the cofounders are expected to be at the accelerator two days a week, according to the accelerator’s website.
Thanks for the shout out! Can't wait to meet all of you. https://t.co/9BJB0paAVz
— Humblee (@soHumblee) January 9, 2017
Humblee is a platform that matches companies looking for video content marketing and local freelance videographers and producers. Led by cofounder Aneri Shah, it won the June Make It In BK pitch competition.-30-
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