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LeadiD hires away Monetate's VP of Marketing, DuckDuckGo gets featured in The Telegraph and Monetate CEO David Brussin talks about how his role has changed as his company has grown.

WHO’S GETTING BUZZ?

Read how Monetate CEO David Brussin‘s role changed as his company scaled up to 200 employees in this Q&A with Inc.

Check out DuckDuckGo in London newspaper the Telegraph.

WHO’S MAKING MOVES?

LeadiD, the Amber based lead-tracking startup, hired a new Chief Marketing Officer: Blair Lyon, formerly Monetate‘s VP of Marketing, according to a release. The startup also hired George Thomas, formerly VP of Product Management at King of Prussia digital advertising company PointRoll, and Kris Heidler, formerly head of analytics at Columbia, Md.-based customer relationship marketing company Merkle, according to a release.

Health accelerator DreamIt Health is now accepting applications. Apply here by May 16.

WHO’S GETTING FUNDED?

Luxtech, the Navy Yard-based company building LED modules, has raised $575,000, according to an SEC filing. $200,000 of that is from Benjamin Franklin Technology Partners, we reported in August.

Wynnewood-based biopharma company Immunome raised $200,000, according to an SEC filing.

Companies: LUXTECH / DreamIt Health / DuckDuckGo / LeadiD / Monetate

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