Check out Founders Network members making headlines in this week’s member news roundup. Founders Network offers peer mentorship for over 500 tech startup founders. To learn more about FN, please visit www.foundersnetwork.com
Ranan Lachman‘s Startup Pley was featured on CNBC’s Squawk Breakthrough (via www.video.cnbc.com). Pley is building the next generation of play. It puts the power of educational toys in people’s hands in a more affordable, convenient and eco-friendly way.
Sagi Solomon‘s Startup Vetter Software announced that it has partnered with the Global Alliance for Animals and People (via PRWeb). Vetter Software is the leading provider of cloud practice management software for veterinarians.
Emily Best, Founder of Seed&Spark was featured in Indiewire for discussing how to crowdfund successfully (via Emily Buder, Indiewire). Seed&Spark joins filmmakers and film lovers in a #FairTradeFilmmaking movement.
Domingo Guerra, Founder of Appthority was featured in SC Magazine for discussing Android’s HijackRAT (via Adam Greenberg, SC Magazine). Appthority automates app analysis to discover risks and hidden behaviors, enforce behavioral policies and enable a smarter mobile workforce.
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