You’ve all heard of TechCrunch, haven’t you? It’s a news website focused on startups and companies centered on information technology. It operates CrunchBase, which is a database of companies, with more than 50.000 active contributors. It profiles companies, people, funds, fundings and events.
All the thrill in the startups’ world seems to be coming from here, right?
This October, however, TechCrunch missed some impressive businesses, which are bent on standing out and claiming their spot in the entrepreneurial environment. Check them out:
5 startups that TechCrunch missed in October
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You can take it out for a spin by going to ContentLook.co and when you sign up, place in the Priority Code called:
It was a special priority code made for the Growth Hacking Conference for startups (by Sean Ellis and team) in London.
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