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UD grad’s Nfoshare a finalist in NYC BigApps [Startup Roundup]

Nfoshare, the student and employee retention tool, has a shot at winning New York's BigApps competition. Also: Wilmington-based Joyce Co. gets a shout-out for its Movy app.

A demo prompt from the Nfoshare website. (Screenshot via Nikhil Paul)

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WHO’S GETTING BUZZ

Nfoshare, which will participate in DreamIt Philly’s accelerator this fall, is also a NYC BigApps finalist. Twenty startups remain in the BigApps competition. Companies advancing to the final round will be named in September. See Technical.ly Delaware’s original feature on Nfoshare here.
Joyce Co.’s Android app, Movy, was recently highlighted by Tinsel Town or Bust, an online news site. “That personal touch is what makes the app Movy refreshing,” the site wrote. “The free Android app allows users to send video messages of any length both publicly and privately. Viewers can then comment and reply to the original message, allowing for a fuller context of a conversation.” See Technical.ly Delaware’s original feature on Movy here.
MJ Livingston, a published author and entrepreneur, plans to create a financial literacy game and program to help students across the state. Livingston wants to use technology to help teach high school students about finances. She recently shared her plan during the Doughnuts and Demos session at The Loft, which Congressman John Carney also attended. Livingston published “Ten Commandments of Financial Awareness,” a book about personal finances. She announced via Twitter that she will be signing copies of her book from noon to 6 p.m. on Sept. 28 at the Baltimore Book Festival.

Companies: Nfoshare

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