WedPics Makes a New Proposal: An App Called Photo

WedPics co-founder and CEO, Justin Miller, recently announced the development of a new photo app – aptly named Photo – that is set to launch in September. “With the new app, what we ultimately want to do is continue the relationship with brides and move through the next big life experiences with them,” says Miller. The new app will allow users to aggregate and share photos with friends and family related to events outside of weddings, such as concerts, birthday parties, trips, and more.

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Windsor Circle CEO talks downtown Durham move, IPO possibility

Windsor Circle’s rapid growth has led to a search for not only additional employees, but space as well. When the Company moved to Durham’s American Underground @Main, the 12-person team shared a single, 2,000 square foot suite. Since that time, headcount has surpassed 70 and the Company has taken over a number of smaller offices at AU. As the team continues to grow, they have had to look elsewhere for additional space. With a steadfast desire to remain in Durham, CEO Matt Williamson excitedly reports that Windsor Circle will be moving to a new 14,000 square foot HQ in downtown Durham.

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With Beacons, Big Data & a Fresh $750K Round, Reveal Mobile Completes Pivot

Reveal Mobile, formerly known as StepLeader Digital, recently closed an oversubscribed $750k round with participation from IDEA Fund Partners of Durham, NC and Charleston, SC’s Alerion Ventures.

Alerion’s Wiley Becker expressed his confidence that “Reveal has a wide-open opportunity servicing the thousands of app publishers who don’t have access to the mobile audience data of major Internet companies,” writes ExitEvent’s Laura Baverman. Becker is a former principal for Square 1 Ventures of Durahm.

Reveals software allows app publishers to better target mobile advertising to consumers. It is led by Brian Handly. The round included three investors -Capitol Broadcasting, River Cities Capital Fund, and Bull City Venture Partners – who have reupped on their initial equity position.

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