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DreamIt Ventures vet Parse.ly has closed $800,000 in angel investment from multiple sources, including Philadelphia-based Invite Media co-founder Scott Becker. The company is currently based out of The 67th Ward.
MIGHT BE WORTH YOUR TIME
Rowan University begins a “venture-preneur-in-residence” program where an expeirienced entrperneur will be on campus “lecturing in selected courses, presenting in student forums, leading faculty discussions and mentoring and advising students about creating new businesses.”
Ben Franklin Technology Partners has invested $200,000 in four green tech companies including Viridity Energy.
According to Form D filings Osage Ventures has filed for a bridge fund of $10 million.
Inducing horrible headline puns, Adhezion has raised $1.3 million from local VCs Originate Ventures and Liberty Venture Partners.
GIVE A GLANCE
First Round Capital is among the latest group of investors in FanBridge, a company that helps musicians connect with fans. After raising $2 million from First Round and others, the company purchased Damntheradio.
First Round Capital held its CEO summit in San Francisco this week.
Comcast Interactive Capital has led a $9 million investment round for Perfect Market, a “content optimization” company.