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Localist one of ‘four companies bringing higher education to mobile devices’ [VIDEO]

Localist was highlighted by the Huffington Post as one of “four companies bringing higher education to mobile devices.” A Canton-based startup founded in 2010, Localist drives traffic to universities’ online calendar systems by integrating them with social media, clearing out duplicate event entries and allowing students to read universities’ online calendars on the go thanks […]

Localist was highlighted by the Huffington Post as one of “four companies bringing higher education to mobile devices.”
A Canton-based startup founded in 2010, Localist drives traffic to universities’ online calendar systems by integrating them with social media, clearing out duplicate event entries and allowing students to read universities’ online calendars on the go thanks to its Tailgate mobile app. Founder and CEO Mykel Nahorniak has built the company up from $300,000 in seed funding, and now top universities, including Johns Hopkins, Cornell and Georgetown, use its social calendar platform.

Watch a video to learn more about how Localist works:
[vimeo 27640502 w=500 h=281]

Meet Localist: A Social Calendar for Universities and Colleges from Localist.com on Vimeo.

According to the Huffington Post, “By helping university students to access and organize campus events on their mobile devices, Localist is changing the dynamic for campus life.”
If that sounds interesting to you, consider having a look at the company’s blog: Localist is hiring.

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