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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  • Chasm

    Chasm is based on social reciprocity. Influencers share content and get their own content shared. Partnered with Klout and Microsoft, Chasm already caters to a network of over 30,000 top-end influencers.

    The Austin Tx company received seed funding of $1m in May 2013.

    Credit: Chasm

  • Dotmach

    Dotmach launched in July. Dotmach is a team workflow platform, a “simple work management tool”, a “unified application to perform internal communication and team collaboration in an effortless fashion”.

    It was named as one of the top promising startups at TechSparks 2013.

    Credit: Dotmach

  • emoteShare

    emoteShare is a start-up dedicated to adding a unique and fun twist to the way you give your opinion. The Silicon Valley based start-up announced its official launch of the emoteShare social plugin in July.

    The emoteShare plugin is a free-to-use web application that gives web publishers the ability to capture social reactions from their audiences to their online content in real-time.

    Credit: emoteshare

Topics: Start-Ups, CXO, Social Enterprise

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  • Wrike

    "Graphite

    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
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