Founders Network: News For The Week Of March 4

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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.

Jon Mills MotionLoftMotionloft CEO Jon Mills is further demonstrating how Motionloft provides real world data for businesses in just about every industry out there.  Whether it’s for commercial Real Estate or for retail, there’s finally technology that delivers “real world data” that’s similar to the information Google Analytics provides for websites.  It’s exciting to think that DOT information and U.S. Census Bureau demographic information seems to be getting replaced.


Chris KlundtWhen it comes to studying for a difficult class or for an upcoming exam, founder Chris Klündt had a terrific solution when he created StudyBlue.  Now, reviewing flash cards or going over notes from a class is simplified, because students can access them directly on their mobile phones or other mobile devices.  StudyBlue is now available in the Google Play store.


George Ludwig of 6Builder6Builder founder, George Ludwig announced that 6Builder is now in beta. For those who love Twitter, you’re going to love the power 6Builder gives it.  You’ll have access to great content to tweet to your followers, giving your Twitter the ability to reach even more people.


James Tamplin, Founder FirebaseFirebase‘s James Tamplin was one of the sponsors of LaunchHack at the Launch Conference that took place this past weekend.  Right now, there are 31 projects using Firebase to give their apps a real-time, scalable back-end.


Ioannis Verdelis, SyntelliaWho do you think should be the winner of SXSW’s Hottest Startup competition?  We’re excited to announce that Ioannis Verdelis of Fleksy is is the running.  Be sure to cast your vote!


Vincent Turner, Founder, PlanwiseVincent Turner of Planwise hit a milestone this week.  They’ve reached over 2,000 registered users.  News about this incredible financial-planning app has been spreading like wildfire, so we’re sure to see even more growth in the next few months.


Robert Mancabelli, brightbytesRobert Mancabelli of BrightBytes will be leading a free webinar this week on March 7.  The topic of discussion will be how schools can use data to measure tech effectiveness.

Click here to contact them for the details.


Tracy Lee- DishcrawlDishcrawl founder Tracy Lee announced this week that they’ll be having their debut Dishcrawl event in Long Beach on March 12!  Space is limited, so get your tickets today.


Founder & Chief Marketing Officer of InternMatch

InternMatch isn’t just for internships anymore.  This past week, Nathan Parcells and Andrew Maguire of InternMatch announced that they’re now able to offer entry-level job search.  These jobs are perfect for recent or soon-to-be graduates, helping students find great jobs, right out of college.


The original version of this post was created by the writers at BlogMutt.  

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