Check out Founders Network members making headlines in this week’s member news roundup. Founders Network offers peer mentorship for over 300 tech startup founders. To learn more about FN, please visit www.foundersnetwork.com.
Richard White of UserVoice will be hosting UserConference NYC 2013 on May 3, 2013. He’ll also be hosting UserVoice Summit in San Francisco on March 21, 2013. UserVoice offers customer-centric results and valuable insight into companies about what their customers need from them the most.
Andreas Wilkens, co-founder of MediaFunnel, announced that their user interface is now available in five languages: English, German, Spanish, Italian and French. MediaFunnel is a full social media content management system for businesses that’s focused on improving customer engagement.
We want to wish Stephen Dash of joinStampede a big congratulations on his launch! Joinstampede is the world’s first campaign that unites people with student debt. Their goal is to harness the influence of 100,000 people to work toward better loan terms for their members. Anyone with a U.S. student loan is encouraged to join this incredible movement.
Charles Armstrong, founder of TourWrist will be speaking at the World Travel & Tourism Council 13th Annual Global Summit, which takes place April 9-10, 2013. The TourWrist software development kit is now licensed by nearly 40 global travel companies. TourWrist is dedicated to transforming global travel by increasing booking and elevating traveler’s trip satisfaction.
David Cheng, co-founder of Vendorstack had a launch party on March 4, 2013 at Bar Basic in San Francisco, following the first day of the Launch Festival. Our Founders in attendance were: Luke Lightning of Moguldex, Gadiel Morantes of Moss Adams, George Ludwig of 6Builder, Paul Fallon of EvenVoice, Tejal Shah of KidAdmit, Ipsheeta Furtado of NextBox, David Cheng of Vendorstack, Angella Goddard of Fashion Hoop.
Ron J. Williams, CEO of SnapGoods was featured on Forbes.com this week. SnapGoods is a site for lending and borrowing high-end household items. Cameras, musical instruments, and kitchenware are among the items that can be rented. SnapGoods focuses on sharing economy, and uses and Ebay-style rating system to facilitate trust.
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