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Bizelo unveils new website // GBTC Tech Night features startup arena [Startup Roundup]

This is the Startup Roundup. Every Wednesday morning, Technically Baltimore will put together the smaller pieces that make up our startup ecosystem. Small business-app developer Bizelo has unveiled a new website to accompany its official renaming from YoBiz to Bizelo. According to the company’s blog: “The brand renaming from YoBiz, LLC to Bizelo, LLC  was made […]

This is the Startup Roundup. Every Wednesday morning, Technically Baltimore will put together the smaller pieces that make up our startup ecosystem.
Small business-app developer Bizelo has unveiled a new website to accompany its official renaming from YoBiz to Bizelo. According to the company’s blog: “The brand renaming from YoBiz, LLC to Bizelo, LLC  was made official on Sept. 15, 2012. This transition is just the start of Bizelo’s brand campaign. The website launch is scheduled to coincide with the beta launch of the eRetail application bundle along with other industry specific applications for small businesses.”

Tech Cocktail‘s Baltimore mixer, originally scheduled for Oct. 18, will now take place Oct. 23 at Mother’s in Federal Hill. Ten startups will present, including Course Canary, WeLearn Education Software and NewsUpPurchase tickets here.
Tickets are now on sale for Tech Night on Nov. 1, organized by gb.tc. A startup arena will be featured at this year’s Tech Night, where “up to 20 up-and-coming companies will be giving demos and making pitches at featured tables,” according to the gb.tc websitePurchase early-bird tickets for Tech Night. Apply to have your startup included in the arena.
Greenspring Global Partners, of Greenspring Associatesappears from SEC filings to have raised $7.8 million of a private equity fund.

Companies: gb.tc / Greenspring Associates / NewsUp / Tech Cocktail
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