The tech industry is booming and we’re witnessing the emergence of a vibrant ecosystem where companies that could potentially change the world are starting everyday. We decided we wanted to help contribute…so that’s exactly what we did. Rapleaf joined Startup America Partnership and donated $1 million dollars of data to offer participating startups the chance to leverage personalization and join us in making every customer interaction a more enjoyable one.
The Startup America Partnership just announced the official public launch of its platform for startups as is an organization working to help young companies grow in order to create jobs in America. Young companies can now register to become verified Startup America Firms and gain access to resources from more than twenty five leading companies, including yours truly. Rapleaf’s mission is to catalyze more innovation around personalization and provide the opportunity for these companies to be timely, relevant, and well, personal. Fourteen new partners have added another $330 million of private-sector commitments offered by the Partnership.
Rapleaf is allocating $1,000,000 dollars worth of data to allow starts-ups of any shape and size to plug into Rapleaf and get insight into their customer base, build interesting products or applications, and create the ultimate personalized experience for their clients, customers, or users. We are always looking for ways to help innovative startups get up and running and create opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs, such as our Rapleaf speaker series, The Rapleaf Personalization Fund, and now Startup America Partnership. We’re excited to be able to contribute!
Young companies interested in becoming Startup America Firms can now apply at: www.startupamericapartnership.org.
About Startup America Partnership: The Startup America Partnership was launched at the White House in response to President Obama’s call to celebrate, inspire, and accelerate high-growth entrepreneurship throughout the nation. The Partnership is bringing together an alliance of major corporations, funders, service providers, mentors and advisors working to dramatically increase the prevalence and success of high-growth enterprises in the U.S. AOL co-founder Steve Case chairs the Partnership and the Kauffman and Case Foundations are founding partners. The Partnership will identify, measure and report on the effectiveness of cross-sector collaboration in support of entrepreneurial ventures and its affect on job creation and growth. For more information, visit www.startupamericapartnership.org and follow at Twitter and Facebook.
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