Friday is usually when we tell you what’s worth reading, but today we’re making an exception. Take a look at the members of the Dingman Center’s community of entrepreneurs are featured in the Washington Post’s Capital Business this week.
- Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Liz Sara, gives selling advice to a local entrepreneur attempting to simplify managing personal finances.
- Dingman Center Angels portfolio company, Spinnakr, debuted their new software that analyzes large volumes of data to find the most useful information for website operators. The company has raised almost $1M in seed funding from local venture capitalists and Dingman Center angel investors.
- Brazen Careerist, Dingman Center Angels portfolio company led by Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Ed Barrientos, is making news for it’s cloud based virtual career fair platform.
- DC-based startup, Uberoffices whose Co-Founder is Dingman Center entrepreneur-in-residence, Jason Shrensky, is opening another shared office space. Dingman Center Angels portfolio company, Veenome, is among their many clients.
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