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Why SEER Interactive now has a president [Startup Roundup]

Seratis launches its first pilot, CardConnect gets a new CEO and Curalate analyzes New York Fashion Week.

WHO’S MAKING MOVES?

SEER Interactive appointed a company president: Crystal O’Neill, who formerly led the Pay Per Click division at the company. The Northern Liberties-based marketing agency made the move last fall (CEO Wil Reynolds explains why here) and announced the news last month. Read about O’Neill’s first four months as president here.

Seratis, the DreamIt Health startup that offers mobile communications for hospitals, launched its first pilot in Conroe, Texas, just outside of Houston, according to its company newsletter.

CardConnect, the King of Prussia payment processer, appointed Jeff Shanahan as CEO, according to a release. He was previously president of the company.

WHO’S GETTING BUZZ?

DreamIt Ventures cofounder David Bookspan was featured in the Philadelphia Daily News talking about how DreamIt Ventures is working on getting startups to stay in Philadelphia.

Michael Kors won New York Fashion Week with more than 37,000 interactions on Instagram and Pinterest, according to Curalate CEO Apu Gupta. The visual analytics firm studied social media shares during the week and The Fashion Times wrote about it here.

Game developer David Hilowitz just updated Floyd’s Worthwhile Endeavor, his iOS game that brings 19th century Philadelphia Zoo animals to life. Get the new version here.

Companies: Seratis / CardConnect / Curalate / DreamIt Ventures / SEER Interactive
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