Check out Founders Network members making headlines in this week’s member news roundup. Founders Network offers peer mentorship for over 300 tech startup founders. To learn more about FN, please visit www.foundersnetwork.com.
Nathan Parcells of InternMatch has been working hard raising funds to help expand the site past only internships to include paying jobs as well. InternMatch.com is a site that is free for students as well as for employers and educators. Their goal is to help students find excellent internships with a specific focus on technological companies and non-profit organizations.
BrightBytes’ co-founder Rob Mancabelli plans to have 5,000 schools using their first program, Clarify, by the end of this summer. Clarify is a tool that helps to measure how technology is impacting student achievement in the classroom. BrightBytes’ focus is on improving technology in the classroom to enhance students’ learning experiences. Clarify is now being used by over 2,000 schools in 20 states.
Have you heard of Sendicate? Well, allow us to introduce you if you haven’t. They’re a new email design that’s simple, yet powerful in the way it delivers your message. Along with founder, Chad Jackson, we’re excited about their API development and the fact that it won’t be long and they’ll be expanding to beta.
AppMonsta co-founders Jeremy Van Fleet and Scotty Allen are making ground with their AppInsights and AppEverything tools that are making less work and providing awesome information for App developers all around the world. If you’re an app developer, all the knowledge about every app in every store is right at your fingertips with AppMonsta. It’s insightful and ingenious!
Tracy Lee, founder of Dishcrawl has expanded into Napa Valley. Their mission? To utilize the power of participants’ love of food and mix it with their yearning for social interaction. The result is Dishcrawl, which has been instrumental in getting the names of local restaurants out there. This Bay area startup continues to grow and those who have enjoyed their gourmet adventures can’t wait to come back for more.
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