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DreamIt Ventures has selected three Delaware startups to participate in two of its 2014 accelerator programs.
Participating in DreamIt Philly 2014:
• Nikhil Paul, CEO and cofounder of Nfoshare.com, announced via Facebook that his startup was chosen as a participant. Nfoshare.com is a social learning platform that provides real-time analytics that can predict college student drop-outs.
• Earlier this week, we reported on Muni, a Wilmington-based startup that was also accepted into the 2014 class. Muni, which delivers multi-touch, gesture-based solutions for businesses that need large-scale visualization and collaboration, will receive funding and participate in the intensive three- to four-month accelerator program.
Participating in DreamIt Health Philadelphia 2014:
• We also previously reported that RegDesk was selected for this year’s class of health IT startups. RegDesk is a leading marketplace for matching biotech and device companies with freelancing regulatory experts around the world. The startup is one of nine in DreamIt’s second class of health IT startups.-30-
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