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    • Raise Report: Nextdoor, Bizzabo, iZettle Lock Down New Funding

      Raise Report: Nextdoor, Bizzabo, iZettle Lock Down New Funding December 15, 2017 by Joseph Zappa Leave a Comment Filed Under: Raise Report Every two weeks, we round up some of the biggest fundraises taking place in hyperlocal marketing, commerce, and tech. Wednesday, Dec 6: Fetch Robotics Picks Up $25 Million to Disrupt Warehouses Sway Ventures led the Series B round, VentureBeat reported.

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  • The Place of Newspapers in the Local Marketing Ecosystem

    … doing. I guess that would be my advice to remain relevant on the offline side of things. Digitally speaking, NextDoor is encroaching on a space that these local papers really should own. It’s basically a glorified forum that in my view would be every bit as successful, if not more so, if hosted by a truly local entity. Mike: I hadn’t really…

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  • CloudSponge: Soaking Up Your Contacts to Connect You Anywhere

    … of approval. But do some do it better? Maybe. One startup is touting tremendous success for at least one company using their service: the (under radar) giant, Nextdoor, has seen a significant uptick in growth since deploying CloudSponge’s technology. How? We talked with Jay Gibb, CEO of CloudSponge (founded in 2009 by his agency Arizona Bay and now…

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  • Street Culture: Tech Startups Amping Up Opportunities for Women

    … in technology career paths or prepare for leadership positions. ibotta also presents a “women in leadership” series. “Once a month someone will come in and talk about how she got to where she is, she gives her story,” says Alison Meadows, vice president of human relations at ibotta. “Last month it was a lawyer, before that an executive in Denver business…

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  • Scaling the Neighborhood: A Community Focus for Local Services

    It might be argued that local search, on-demand services, and other components of the local digital marketplace have long had a neighborhood problem. Facebook, only tangentially a member of that group, nevertheless sums up the problem well. Networks of affinity on Facebook haven’t been inherently local in nature since the company expanded outside the university campus.

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  • Street Culture: Collective Employee Mindset = Shuffleboard at Nextdoor

    … “Looks like a shuffleboard is in our future.” Neighborhood community connection app Nextdoor is still a private company, said Margie Mader-Clark, VP of human resources. As such, sometimes they can’t offer lots of elaborate perks, like extensive game rooms, at their San Francisco headquarters. But it’s not about the perks, it’s about the people…

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