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Joseph Schmelter has been named partner-in-charge of Venable LLP's Tysons Corner office, effective Jan. 1, 2013.
WeddingWire, the nation's leading technology company serving the $100 billion wedding and events industry, announced that the company's CEO, Timothy Chi, will join Chris Efessiou, of The Chris Efessiou & Team Companies and host of “Straight Up with Chris: Real Talk on Business and Parenthood™” as a featured guest on Voice America’s Internet Radio Network.
Speek.com, the Dulles-based developer of a visual conference calling service, said on Tuesday it has raised $1.2 million in seed-stage funding, co-led by several early-stage venture funds.
The Mid-Atlantic Venture Association (MAVA), representing the complete spectrum of private capital investors, company-builders and entrepreneurs, hosted its annual holiday event today with a celebration of the successful high growth companies at the center of its ecosystem.
District-based IntroHive raised $1.8 million from investors to bulk up its sales staff, executives plan to announce this week.
Scoutmob is an app that enables you to find nearby deals at restaurants and retailers.
In-Q-Tel (IQT), the Arlington-based venture fund backed by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), said it has increased its investment in Cloudera, a Silicon Valley developer of data management software and services based on the open source Apache Hadoop framework.
Maryland's TEDCO and a team of entrepreneurs are planning to launch a new $20 million cybersecurity fund early next year, according to Executive Director Robert Rosenbaum.
Booker (formerly GramercyOne), a service management platform (SMP) that unifies operations and automated marketing on a single cloud-based system, today announced impressive revenue growth, new hires, and additional office space.
We got Speek off the ground using a hive of moonlighters, freelancers, contractors, interns, sweat-equity employees, and founders. It was a bear, but it was what we had to do.