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Business analytics firm RJMetrics is featured in a book about entrepreneurs called The Entrepreneurial Instinct, as cofounder Jake Stein wrote on RJMetrics’ blog. He highly recommends the book. In other RJMetrics news, you can read about the company’s new analytics visualizations on its blog.
GIVE A GLANCE
It seems that medical journal and research aggregation startup Docphin has left Philly for New York City, according to job listings on Path.to and its listed Twitter location. Docphin demoed at Philly Tech Meetup last year.
Check out the 14 startups that just started at DreamIt Ventures’ fall Philly 2012 cycle, including three companies already based in Philly.
MIGHT BE WORTH YOUR TIME
Monetate CEO David Brussin was elected to Shop.org’s Board of Directors, according to a press release. Shop.org is the digital division of the National Retail Federation. The company also launched new tools at the recent Shop.org Annual Summit. Learn more about them from this release here.
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]
Why working with the University City Science Center was a game changer for 4 Philly startups
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]
Take a peek at the opportunities popping up at PromptWorks
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