Solve Media raises $6m // SnipSnap hits 1m users [Startup Roundup]

DuckDuckGo on Jimmy Fallon, Curalate in the Philadelphia Inquirer and Solve Media enters the U.K. market.


Solve Media raised $6 million in a round led by NAV with participation from First Round Capital, among other investors, AllThingsD reported. The online advertising startup with a Center City office recently launched mobile ads and opened a U.K. office.


Visual analytics startup Curalate, which just moved to a new Center City office, was featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The post-PRISM national DuckDuckGo love continues. Check the search engine out on Gizmodo, The Guardian, PandoDaily and, wait for it, Jimmy Fallon.

Watch the clip below.


Callowhill-based couponing app SnipSnap recently passed the one million user mark.

Healthy meal subscription service Real Food Works, another recent city transplant from the suburbs, just launched a line of gluten-free meals.

Old City’s Artisan Mobile launched updates to its instant mobile app editing software Artisan Optimize, according to a release.

King of Prussia-based clinical trial payment startup Greenphire announced a partnership with Ernst & Young, according to a release.

Exton-based Internet of Things company ThingWorx‘s software will now be distributed in Southern Europe and Latin America, thanks to a partnership with business development first JAL21, according to a release.

Companies: Artisan Mobile / Curalate / DuckDuckGo / First Round Capital / Greenphire / Real Food Works / Solve Media / ThingWorx

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