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Sickweather, Three Ring raise funding [Startup Roundup]

Also: find out what you get for working five years at Mindgrub.

The Sickweather team in Kansas City. From left: Zephrin Lasker, cofounder Graham Dodge, John Erck, cofounder Michael Belt, cofounder James Sajor. (Photo via Facebook)

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Who’s getting funded?

Sickweather, which uses social media trends to predict illness outbreaks, raised $349,623 in debt, according to an SEC filing. The Windsor Mill company, which recently wrapped a stay at a Kansas City accelerator, is currently seeking a lead investor.
Edtech startup Three Ring sold $1.25 million in equity, according to an SEC filing. The startup moved to downtown Baltimore from New York earlier this year.
Sensics raised $233,844 in debt, according to an SEC filing. The Columbia startup makes virtual reality goggles and other head-mounted displays.
 

Who’s making moves?

Applications are now open for the next cohort in the Emerging Technology Centers’ AccelerateBaltimoreas Technical.ly Baltimore reported. The accelerator program’s fourth year was funded by a grant from the Abell Foundation.
 

Who’s getting buzz?

Five-year employees at Locust Point-based mobile developer Mindgrub Technologies get bobbleheads of themselves, the Baltimore Business Journal reports.

Companies: Mindgrub / Emerging Technology Centers (ETC Baltimore) / Abell Foundation / Sickweather

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