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    .@zgroshelle seems to like the Wymeria Delta pitch. It’s a #toughcompetition here at the @prezicom @ceubusiness @nasdaqomx new venture competition! #startups

    Thursday, June 5, 2014

    NASDAQ’s @Bruce_Aust asks questions about the #economics of #newventure pitch Wymeria Delta! #startups @prezicom @ceubusiness #yourmove

    NASDAQ’s @Bruce_Aust asks questions about the #economics of #newventure pitch Wymeria Delta! #startups @prezicom @ceubusiness #yourmove

    Thursday, June 5, 2014

    Team 2 at the @CEUBUSINESS + @NASDAQOMX + @Prezi New Venture competition! #YourMove #Startups

    Team 2 at the @CEUBUSINESS + @NASDAQOMX + @Prezi New Venture competition! #YourMove #Startups

    Thursday, June 5, 2014

    To celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week, the Kauffman Foundation released results from a survey of more than 2,200 global entrepreneurs evaluating the quality of their respective “startup scenes.” The U.S. made the top 10 (any guess as to which spot the States occupies?) And top honors went to … Qatar! Read the full results list here: http://tech.co/startup-scene-ratings-2013-11

    To celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week, the Kauffman Foundation released results from a survey of more than 2,200 global entrepreneurs evaluating the quality of their respective “startup scenes.” The U.S. made the top 10 (any guess as to which spot the States occupies?) And top honors went to … Qatar! Read the full results list here: http://tech.co/startup-scene-ratings-2013-11

    Monday, November 25, 2013

    You see them in restaurants, pop-up shops, and increasingly, in stores everywhere – those little mobile plug-in devices that allow small business owners to accept credit card payments on their phone or tablet. Square – the startup behind the payments system – isn’t even 5 years old yet, but it’s already valued at north of $3 billion and has more than 600 employees. So how did Square grow so fast? Give this piece a read to find out: http://www.growthhackers.com/companies/square/

    You see them in restaurants, pop-up shops, and increasingly, in stores everywhere – those little mobile plug-in devices that allow small business owners to accept credit card payments on their phone or tablet. Square – the startup behind the payments system – isn’t even 5 years old yet, but it’s already valued at north of $3 billion and has more than 600 employees. So how did Square grow so fast? Give this piece a read to find out: http://www.growthhackers.com/companies/square/

    Monday, November 18, 2013