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D.C.'s Encore is blazing trails in the social media analytics world. About a quarter of the way into their angel round of funding, Encore has already attracted great investors from the local area.
ITSolutions, an Acentia company ("Acentia"), today announced that it has been awarded a $27 million, 2.5 year contract from the Military Health System (MHS) Enterprise Infrastructure (EI) Directorate to provide innovative program management and technical support.
Bambeco, a Baltimore-based online retailer focused on eco-conscious home furnishings and décor, said on Monday it has raised $4.5 million in its first institutional round of funding, led by New Atlantic Ventures.
In a major milestone for the Silver Spring-based startup, ReelGenie on Friday officially debuted its video storytelling technology through a partnership with photo merchandising company York Photo.
Jibe, Inc. closed a $4 million credit facility from Silicon Valley Bank lending greater viability to Jibe’s position as one of the fastest-growing technology innovators in the recruiting and human capital management (HCM) market and will be used to continue the company’s rapid expansion and growth.
Horizon Technology Finance Corporation today announced it led a $6 million venture loan facility for Nanocomp Technologies, Inc.
9Lenses, a Sterling-based developer of organization intelligence software, said it has landed a new $1.1 million investment from Silicon Valley-based Icon Venture Partners.
The Senate has unanimously confirmed Tom Wheeler as the new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), nearly six months after President Obama nominated the managing director of DC-based investment firm Core Capital Partners for the role.
Gaithersburg-based GlycoMimetics Inc. set the terms for its upcoming IPO on Monday, planning to sell 4 million shares at between $14 and $16 apiece.
PeopleMatter – the only cloud-based workforce management platform designed specifically for the service industry – today announced that it has secured $16 million in Series E funding.