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Startup Roundup: It’s Global Entrepreneurship Week

Technically Philly’s Startup Roundup parses out the small pieces that make our greater Startup ecosystem thrive. We want to keep you in touch with the innovations that we can’t quite get to covering, but that deserve highlight. Follow along with a weekly email newsletter by clicking here and selecting the Startup Roundup button or follow Startup […]

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Technically Philly’s Startup Roundup parses out the small pieces that make our greater Startup ecosystem thrive. We want to keep you in touch with the innovations that we can’t quite get to covering, but that deserve highlight. Follow along with a weekly email newsletter by clicking here and selecting the Startup Roundup button or follow Startup Roundup’s RSS feed. If you’ve got news to share, get in touch.
MUST READS
Global Entrepreneurship Week launched on Monday. How are you celebrating?

GIVE A GLANCE
Web development and design firm Happy Cog was given a perfect score and a “Best In Class” Interactive Media Award for the redesign of Harvard’s website.
Neat Company has released Neat 5 for Windows users with enhanced user interface, better organizational tools, performance optimizations and more.
Mobile payment app Venmo has added functionality to interact with the new iPhone 4S Siri personal assistant. [h/t VentureBeat]
Drexel Earle Mack School of Law professor Karl Okamoto gets press in the National Law Journal for LawMeets, his new practical law learning tool.
DreamIt co-founder Steve Welch gets the TechCrunch treatment for his new venture KinderTown, an iOS app store for kid-friendly apps.
MIGHT BE WORTH YOUR TIME
The launch of Entertainment Games‘ RetroWorld last week brought press from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philly.com, and NBC Philadelphia.
Interactive firm Brolik Productions has launched its new e-commerce site for Alue Optics, according to a press release.
Sicklerville, New Jersey-based startup BigSweetDeal launched last week, serving daily food deals for Camden and Glouchester County.
Viddler features local built environment news site PlanPhilly in a video customer spotlight feature. [Full Disclosure: PlanPhilly is a Technically Media client].
AboutOne CEO Joanne Lang will be featured in an upcoming documentary produced by Microsoft about startups.
Startup Roundup will post weekly on Wednesdays until there’s not a Philly startup story left to link to on the Internet. See others here, or sign-up for its email newsletter.

Companies: AboutOne / Brolik Productions / Entertainment Games / Happy Cog / KinderTown / Neat Company / PlanPhilly / Venmo / Viddler

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