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OnlineMechanix, the startup that’s hoping to be Open Table for car repair, got featured on TechCrunch. The blog points out that users have been slow to adopt the service, though mechanics are registering at an alarming speed. Check out our coverage of the startup here.
Pinterest analytics shop Curalate can barely fit in its office, as per a tweet from the startup’s marketing guru Brendon Lowry. The team’s moving to Benjamin’s Desk next month. Check out our update on the Philly firm here.
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Hire an Esquire co-founder Julia Clair Shapiro gets quoted in another national news piece, this time in U.S. News, on how law school grads are flocking to rural markets. The Philly-based startup hooks up freelance lawyers and potential clients.
Receipt and business card scanner hardware firm The Neat Company has got a blog post on how small businesses can use its services.