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Techcrunch: Set to Disrupt NYC from 29 April – 1 May 2013

Dis­rupt is a place where any star­tup’s dreams can come true. It’s a plat­form for new busi­ness­es to high­light their prod­ucts and maybe even snag them­selves a shiny investor or two… Fol­low­ing the suc­cess of 2012’s final Techcrunch Hackathon and Dis­rupt which took place in San Fran­cis­co, the America’s fore­most tech­nol­o­gy event will trav­el back to NYC and pro­vide a plat­form for star­tups to hawk their wares and for those look­ing for media jobs the chance to meet poten­tial employ­ers. This year’s Sep­tem­ber event saw around 330 new busi­ness­es vying for the atten­tions of vis­i­tors, which includ­ed investors and incu­ba­tors as well as jour­nal­ists – all eager to make their pre­dic­tion on what might be the next big thing. Bring out the Hack­ers The Dis­rupt event always kicks off with the Hackathon – a 24-hour chance for devel­op­ers and hack­ers to show what they’re made of and come up with a fan­tas­tic con­cept. It’s a fun way to make a seri­ous point – that great ideas are borne from col­lab­o­ra­tion, cre­ativ­i­ty and good old fash­ioned hard work. This year’s Hackathon again demon­strat­ed the tenac­i­ty of the hack­ers, devel­op­ers, design­ers and project man­agers, who, fuelled by donuts, beer and red bull;…

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Experience a New Way to do Business with Hyperfair

Most entre­pre­neurs know that attend­ing expos and fairs is all part of doing busi­ness, but how about being able to net­work, exchange cards, col­lect brochures and view new prod­ucts with­out leav­ing your desk? Fresh from Cal­i­for­nia incu­ba­tor Rock­et­Space, 3D vir­tu­al events spe­cial­ists Hyper­fair are putting their mon­ey on mak­ing a suc­cess of online careers fairs, exhi­bi­tions and con­fer­ences and have just secured $1.1 mil­lion in seed fund­ing to help them devel­op their propo­si­tion. Who knows – those look­ing for tech­nol­o­gy or social media jobs may also find their next post at a vir­tu­al expo. So What’s New? We all know that devel­op­ers have tried and, on occa­sion, failed to cre­ate effec­tive vir­tu­al busi­ness events – with clunky graph­ics, sta­t­ic spaces and an inabil­i­ty to tap into the imag­i­na­tion of del­e­gates and get them through the ‘door’, the mar­ket for these prod­ucts has been some­what unpre­dictable. How­ev­er Hyper­fair aims to raise the bar by offer­ing a ser­vice that stands head and shoul­ders above the rest. COO Andrea Bal­lar­i­ni claims that while com­peti­tors seem to offer a sta­t­ic expe­ri­ence, Hyper­fair pro­vides much more inter­ac­tiv­i­ty. The tech allows users to move their avatars around a 3D space and the inter­face is easy to…

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Big Data’s Biggest Player – Meet Pentaho

At the cross­roads where tra­di­tion­al busi­ness intel­li­gence meets big data you’ll find Pen­ta­ho, the com­pa­ny mak­ing inroads con­vert­ing the lat­est tech trend into seri­ous­ly use­ful infor­ma­tion. Based in Orlan­do, the Open Source busi­ness intel­li­gence and ana­lyt­ics provider claims to offer clients user-dri­ven, inter­ac­tive visu­al­iza­tion and data explo­ration func­tion­al­i­ty and could give any­one look­ing for tech­nol­o­gy or media jobs some seri­ous oppor­tu­ni­ties. What’s more any­one using the company’s tools can access all infor­ma­tion sources, includ­ing big data and there’s the chance to use an inter­face with which Soft­ware as a Ser­vice (SaaS) com­pa­nies to add their own visu­al­iza­tions. Sounds com­pli­cat­ed, but the ideas have sub­stance as a $23 mil­lion Series C round will attest.  Well, it’s being referred to as a Series C, but it’s actu­al­ly Pentaho’s fifth round and brings its fund­ing total to a cool $55 mil­lion. Add to that the fact the com­pa­ny saw a 300% increase in big data sales up to Sep­tem­ber 2012 over the same peri­od in 2011 and you have a seri­ous play­er on your hands. Sounds Impres­sive, But What Does it All Mean? The web­site claims ‘Pen­ta­ho tight­ly cou­ples data inte­gra­tion with busi­ness ana­lyt­ics in a mod­ern plat­form that brings togeth­er IT and…

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Songza Makes its First Trip Outside US and One Million Canadians Can’t Be Wrong

Free music stream­ing ser­vice Songza has offered it wares out­side the US for the first time and bagged itself a mil­lion new users in the process. Sounds impres­sive, but when you add to that the fact that these Songza con­verts have signed up in a lit­tle over two months then the fig­ures are real­ly rather star­tling and great news for any­one look­ing for music media jobs. It also snatched one mil­lion new users in just 10 days in the US fol­low­ing its iPad launch, and has accrued two mil­lion more since then. The $1.5 mil­lion the com­pa­ny attract­ed in out­side fund­ing in a round led by Amazon.com Inc., Deep Fork and Meta­mor­phic also inspires con­fi­dence. So what is it about Songza that makes it so attrac­tive? It’s a free music stream­ing ser­vice that oper­ates on a radio license and can pro­vide lis­ten­ers with per­son­al­ized playlists. So far, so Spo­ti­fy and Pan­do­ra. How­ev­er, when you add into the mix that Cana­da doesn’t have access to either Spo­ti­fy or Pan­do­ra then it per­haps begins to make a lit­tle more sense. Cana­di­an audi­ences can use Rdio or 8tracks, but these aren’t even in the same league as the afore­men­tioned stream­ing giants. So What…

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SouthStar Communities chooses Augme subsidiary Hipcricket for lead generation

Real estate devel­op­ment com­pa­ny South­Star Com­mu­ni­ties has select­ed Hipcrick­et, a mobile adver­tis­ing sub­sidiary of Augme Tech­nolo­gies, Inc., to pro­mote its pro­gram in lead gen­er­a­tion. Hipcricket’s AD LIFE® plat­form will be deployed, inte­grat­ing SMS, mobile web and QR codes to draw poten­tial new buy­ers to SouthStar’s com­mu­ni­ties in North Car­oli­na and Texas. In line with trends picked up by a grow­ing army of SMBs, South­Star detect­ed a rise in traf­fic com­ing from mobile devices and wise­ly start­ed look­ing for a solu­tion to deliv­er cre­ative con­tent which was equal­ly at home on smart­phones and PC screens.  After a good deal of scour­ing through the mobile adver­tis­ing agen­cies mar­ket, the firm select­ed Hipcricket’s “Mobile Site­Builder” solu­tion, which is pow­ered with patent­ed device detec­tion tech­nol­o­gy capa­ble of iden­ti­fy­ing mobile devices and ensur­ing that sites appear prop­er­ly on all portable gad­gets. Why Hipcrick­et? The real estate devel­op­ment company’s Direc­tor of Inter­net Mar­ket­ing, Justin Sten­srut, said, “We select­ed Hipcrick­et in large part due to its exten­sive slate of patent­ed mobile offer­ings.  We’re inte­grat­ing mobile web, QR codes and SMS into a re-mar­ketable data­base that seam­less­ly works with our CRM sys­tem.  Hipcrick­et deliv­ers these capa­bil­i­ties with­in a sin­gle plat­form that allows us to run self-ser­vice cam­paigns.” Com­ment­ing…

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