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Armoire – using AI to help badass professional women

Ambika Singh, CEO – or as her company Armoire calls her, ‘Chief Bosslady’ – was named as one of Puget Sound Business Journal’s 40 under 40 this year. For her to be recognized as one of Washington’s most prominent young businesspeople by a publication she read in he...

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Vipul Nanda | September 14, 2018

Wine Alert: Bespoke Post Reveals New Subscription Box

New York-built Bespoke Post toasted with Lot18, on Aug 2018, on the addition of a wine club to its subscription box services. Thanks to the partnership, Bespoke Post subscribers can opt for home-delivery of handpicked bottles from winemakers across the globe. Co-founder and CEO – Bespo...

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Pooja Pillai | September 13, 2018

Rentlogic: ‘A to F’ of Building Certification

You may think that you lucked out by bagging a swanky Manhattan skyline-view apartment at a great bargain. But is it really the right place for you? Could it be creeping with bed bugs and rodents? Does it have a regular supply of hot water? Worse still, is the owner Ebenezer Scrooge per...

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Pooja Pillai | September 12, 2018

Relativity Space Is 3D Printing An Entire Rocket

LA-based Relativity Space’s unique proposition of reducing the time taken to build and launch rockets has multiple investors fired up. In March, it closed a $35M Series B round led by Playground Global (which backs entrepreneurs working at the intersection of bits, atoms, and AI) to rea...

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Apekshita Varshney | September 10, 2018

PreScouter: helping companies access innovation from beyond

With 176% revenue growth in the last 3 years and $4.2M in revenue in 2017, PreScouter landed the 2446th rank on the 2018 Inc.5000 list. For the company’s 50 employees and CEO founder Dino Gane-Palmer, making it to Inc Magazine’s ranking of the fastest-growing companies reflects how far th...

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Vipul Nanda | September 7, 2018

Send messages through goTenna when there’s no service

Founded in New York in 2012, goTenna raised a $7.5M Series B round led by Union Square Ventures. The startup makes devices which pair with your smartphone and lets you communicate with others even when you don’t have service. The startup was founded by siblings...

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Apekshita Varshney | September 5, 2018