A to Z of cool startups, apps, fundings and acquisitions in 2013

A to Z of cool startups, apps, fundings and acquisitions in 2013

Summary: We take a look back at what has been happening across the startup world and discover some great new apps, ideas and companies that made the news during 2013.


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  • Juump

    Juump , founded in 2013 makes it easy to find and organize tennis games near you. All you have to do is post a request to play or respond to someone else.

    Credit: Juump

  • Keepy

    Keepy lets you organize, enhance, share, admire and preserve artwork and memorable items forever in an interactive keepsake box. It is available for iOS and Android. Users can add their own voice and video to add emotional attributes to the keepsake.

    The New York based company received $1.1M in seed funding in October 2013.

    Credit: Keepy

  • Likebook

    In July Likebook, now renamed My social book announced its free PDF offering. The company lets Facebook users chronicle their timeline in an offline keepsake with statuses, photos and comments.

    This keepsake book can be referenced or shared outside of Facebook.

    Credit: My social book

Topics: Start-Ups, CXO, Social Enterprise

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  • Wrike


    Graphite was launched in August 2013 promising to reshape online project collaboration. Wrike is a social collaboration and task management startup in Silicon Valley.

    Graphite promises a “new, clean and evolved way for workers to collaborate in the office or across the globe” and it intends to “contemporize digital and social project management”.

    Credit: Wrike"

    ROFL....Give that copy editor more 'lice'....lol