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Biotech firm CD Diagnostics unveils new Claymont HQ [Startup Roundup]

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WHO’S MAKING MOVES?
Tech entrepreneurship catalyst Start It Up Delaware had its official launch this week, as reported by both Technical.ly Delaware and Delaware Business Daily.
MIDI Labs, the Newark-based microbiology firm, has released a new DNA libary, according to its newsletter.
WHO’S GETTING FUNDED?
Family-orientated social network HiFiKiddo, which lists locations in Havertown, Pa., New Delhi, India and broadly Delaware, took on $227,500 in debt financing, according to an SEC filing.
WHO’S GETTING BUZZ?
CD Diagnostics, the biotech company that moved its headquarters to Claymont in New Castle County in May, had a welcome event at its new offices. The News Journal covered the company’s move, which consolidated former offices in Wynnewood, Pa., and Logan, N.J.
Comcast Business Class announced the six national winners of its ‘Innovations 4 Entrepreneurs’ program, including entreDonova, the Wilmington-based custom women’s clothing boutique founded by Linda Farquhar that won for improved customer experience using technology.

Companies: CD Diagnostics / Start It Up Delaware

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