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These 3 Delaware-based startups were selected to DreamIt Ventures

Nfoshare and Muni will be in the DreamIt Philly accelerator, while RegDesk will be in DreamIt Health Philadelphia.

DreamIt Ventures' 2011 demo day. (Photo by Flickr user Courtney Boyd Myers, used under a Creative Commons license)

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.

Companies: RegDesk / DreamIt Ventures / Nfoshare

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