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RegDesk founder named to 2015 class of AWE Building Bridges Program

Priya Bhutani and two fellow DreamIt Ventures colleagues will participate in the Philly fellowship.

The 2015 Alliance of Women Entrepreneurs Fellows: PopInShop's Allison Berliner, RegDesk's Priya Bhutani and NarrativeDx's Senem Guney. (Photo courtesy of AWE)

David Bookspan, cofounder DreamIt Ventures, recently revisited 2014, noting the year’s successes for the accelerator program, which multiple Delaware startups — RegDesk, Cnverg and Nfoshare — participated in this year.
In his note, he applauded three female founders — including Delaware native Priya Bhutani of RegDesk — who who were recently named fellows in the 2015 Alliance of Women Entrepreneurs Building Bridges Fellowship Program.
Fellows receive a two-year AWE membership, six sessions of professional coaching, a liaison who facilitates introductions and meetings and assistance in selecting advisors from the AWE network.

Companies: RegDesk / Cnverg (formerly MUNI-Tech) / DreamIt Ventures / Nfoshare

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