News for Week of September 23: Brett Kopf Announces that Remind101 Raises a $3.5M Round of Series A Financing2 min read

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Brett Kopf, Remind 101Brett Kopf announced that Remind101 raised a $3.5M round of series A financing, led by The Social + Capital Partnership, with participation from Yuri Milner, Maneesh Arora and a handful of other angel investors. Remind101 is a safe, free way for teachers to text message students and keep in touch with parents.


Mat Ellis, Founder and CEO of CloudabilityMat Ellis of Cloudabilty is an Oregon Entrepreneurs Network winner. Cloudability lets you monitor, manage and communicate your cloud costs with one easy tool.



Domingo GuerraDomingo Guerra of Appthority was featured in The Herald. Appthority helps the enterprise identify and manage the risks hidden in mobile apps.



Michalis GkontasMichalis Gkontas‘ startup Cookisto was featured in BBC News Magazine. Cookisto is an online marketplace where you can find great food prepared by local cooks or offer your own homemade creations.


Ioannis Verdelis, SyntelliaIoannis Verdelis of Syntellia was featured in the New York Times. Syntellia is a revolutionary keyboard technology for touch-screens. So powerful, you can even type without looking.


Tejal Shaw

Tejal Shah of KidAdmit was featured in Forbes. KidAdmit helps preschools manage the admissions process through our software.



tyler dikmanTyler Dikman‘s Startup LoungeBuddy was featured on the first page of the App Store. LoungeBuddy unlocks the mystery of airport lounges.



GambitaCaroline Alvo‘s startup Gambita launched their website last week. Gambita is an online store that sells clothes exclusively for petite women.



michael moranMichael Moran‘s startup Graphdat hit 1,000 users. Graphdat lets you visualize the performance of your servers and applications in real time and shows you what to fix.



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