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Outbox, the startup that digitizes your postal mail then puts it online for access via web, iPhone, Android or iPad, has raised $5 million in Series A funding.
Some of the best entrepreneurial endeavors start with a good idea and a business model that already works. Take Joel Holland for example. He is the founder of Video Blocks, the leading online stock footage vendor that is currently projecting this year’s revenue somewhere between $12-$15 million — that’s double its revenue from last year.
Before NationalField built social, Facebookesque platforms for enterprises, its founders provided the organizational framework for President Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign. Now, with their new product – Seeds – Edward Saatchi, Aharon Wasserman and Justin Lewis are getting back to their roots.
MITRE Corp. has unveiled new open source software that works to protect data stored in mobile devices and helps organizations develop security applications.
newBrandAnalytics (nBA), the social intelligence expert for service organizations, announced it has launched two new social communities to provide marketers and operators in the hospitality and food and beverage industries with tips, advice and best practices for maximizing social engagement with their customers.
ABS Capital Partners and Hughes and Company backed Healthnation's $14 million investment round. Silver Stream Capital also participated in the financing. Healthnation is a user-configurable admin systems provider that targets traditional and new healthcare payers. The transaction was advised by Arch Point Partners.
The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) on Wednesday night announced the winners of its 12th Annual Hot Ticket Awards during an event at the McLean home of President and CEO Bobbie Kilberg.
New Atlantic Ventures, the early-stage venture capital firm with offices in Reston and Massachusetts, said on Thursday it has led a new $4 million round of funding for PokitDok, developer of an online marketplace designed to connect patients with healthcare providers.
Oh, the pressure. Amid all the hubbub of ISTE, startup teams pitched themselves.
Invincea Inc. announced on Tuesday an agreement with Dell that will place its browser security software in more than 20 million devices, its first such deal and a major step forward for the Fairfax startup.