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Want to support Philly’s tech scene? Use DuckDuckGo, says Ticketleap CEO

"What we need to grow our community into a great place to start a startup is simple: more extremely successful startups," wrote Tim Raybould.

DuckDuckGo CEO Gabriel Weinberg.

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If you want to support the Philly tech scene, throw your weight behind one of its success stories in the making.

That’s what Tim Raybould, CEO of Ticketleap, advocates for in his recent Medium post.

“[P]ut all of your might into helping a Philly-based startup be extremely successful,” he wrote. “We don’t need better laws, we don’t need more VCs, we don’t need to be included on lists of America’s greatest startup towns. What we need to grow our community into a great place to start a startup is simple: more extremely successful startups.”

That’s why, he says, you should use search engine DuckDuckGo.

Read the whole post here and get DuckDuckGo on your browser here.

Companies: DuckDuckGo, Ticketleap
People: Tim Raybould
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