Check out Founders Network members making tech startup news headlines in this week’s member news roundup.
Ioannis Verdelis‘ startup Fleksy gets ‘Extensions’ and branded themes (via VentureBeat) on its mobile keyboard app. Fleksy offers an innovative keyboard designed to make typing on any touchscreen device fast, accurate, and easy.
Tyler Dikman‘s startup LoungeBuddy announces a new partnership with Alaska Airlines (via PRWeb). LoungeBuddy is the only single resource for travelers to be able to locate, review, and access airport lounges around the world.
Ranan Lachman, Founder of Pley, is featured in Inc. discussing strategies that will “enhance the leadership skills of any introvert” (via Young Entrepreneur Council, Inc.). 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.
Alex Wolf‘s (Founder of na2ure) blog post “Do Your Best Work: Find Your ‘Missing’ Two Points” is featured in The Huffington Post. na2ure is a unique transmedia brand designing nature games, toys, and apps.
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