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Mobile Monday has announced more details and opened up registration for its annual mobile startup Demo Night on April 23 during Philly Tech Week. The winning startup of the event will have the opportunity to present at Switch Philly, with Mayor Michael Nutter, First Round Capital’s Josh Kopelman and Robin Hood Ventures’ Ellen Weber. That winner will receive an impressive prize pack. Tickets are moving fast, so register for Switch soon.
GIVE A GLANCE
As Flying Kite Media reported, the first Healthcare Startup Weekend was announced recently and will take place at Venturef0rth on June 1.
News incubator Project Liberty, housed for now at the Inquirer Building on N. Broad, is seeking an incubator manager, after announcing a second round of incubation this week. That class will be housed at the company’s new office at 801 Market St.
MIGHT BE WORTH YOUR TIME
Are you an indie, angel or venture company, asks Duck Duck Go’s Gabe Weinberg.
Ooooh, Tinder’s founder poached some Philly talent: Technical.ly Playbook
DreamIt Ventures launches an internship program with Coded by Kids [Startup Roundup]
Old City carpooling company behind Ride, vRide raises $5M [Startup Roundup]
How ShopRunner’s mentorship program is pushing its employees to think beyond their fields
Neat Company to be featured on Celebrity Apprentice [Startup Roundup]
See who’s winning Spotlight’s $10K ‘Internet Games’ [Startup Roundup]
‘Netflix for camera lenses’ Bokeh Fire is raising $20K on Kickstarter [Startup Roundup]
How Relay is helping enterprise clients get proactive about customer engagement
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