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ClickEquations exits to Channel Intelligence

Conshohocken-based paid search company ClickEquations has been purchased by Orlando-based Channel Intelligence for an undisclosed sum. Details were scarce in the press release, but according to CEO Lucinda Holt’s personal blog she will be staying on for “a month or so.” “I plan to do one more company,” she wrote, “let me know if you have a great […]

Conshohocken-based paid search company ClickEquations has been purchased by Orlando-based Channel Intelligence for an undisclosed sum.
Details were scarce in the press release, but according to CEO Lucinda Holt’s personal blog she will be staying on for “a month or so.”
“I plan to do one more company,” she wrote, “let me know if you have a great idea or know someone who does.”
Holt also announced she was changing her name to Lucinda Bromwyn Duncalfe. She is active in the local entrepreneurial community often speaking at DreamIt Ventures and investing in local startups such as Monetate.
The company was among the small handful of locally based companies funded by First Round Capital and received $50,000 from Ben Franklin Technology Partners last monthRead more about the company in our 2009 profile here.

Companies: ClickEquations

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