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SnipSnap wins Mobile Monday’s 5th annual demo night

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SnipSnap founder Ted Mann (left) is named the winner of Mobile Monday's demo event. Here he poses with Early Stage East founder David Freschman.

SnipSnap emerged victorious from Mobile Monday’s 5th Annual Demo Night at the Cira Center last night.

Part of Philly Tech Week for the first time, Mobile Monday is one of the largest networking groups in the city, and drew over 100 people to University City to see demos by SnipSnap, Cloudmine, Interact, OneTwoSee and Communilator.

SnipSnap secured the final Switch Philly presentation slot as well as a free entry to Early Stage East with its demo by founder Ted Mann that demonstrated the product’s coupon clipping and saving technology. To see SnipSnap demo this week alongside four other local startups, purchase your tickets to Switch Philly here.

Below see the video of appRenaissance co-founder Scott Wasserman announcing Ted Mann and SnipSnap as the winner.

Companies: Mobile Monday / OneTwoSee

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