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Even though Lyft nor Sidecar presented at TechCrunch Disrupt 2012 they need to be mentioned as they were a huge time saver both getting from after party to after party and also to get to the airport.

Lately there has been a non cab, “hire your neighbor”, kind of transportation craze. Here in LA we have a towncar service called Uber that with a tap of an app we can get a door to door town car service ride.

Founded in 2001 by 3 German MBA students, Carpooling connects people in over 40 countries and is available in English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Polish and Spanish.

The carpooling team has also grown, from the original three co founders to now over 50 people with one goal: to offer a new, sustainable transport alternative to all.

Launched in 2012 in Ontario Canada, eQuibbly wants to change the way we resolve disputes by being a quick, easy and free Online Dispute Resolution service across North America and eventually to a city near you.

It’s unbelievable how often start up founders stifle their company from growing by not knowing how to effectively communicate their brand. From devising a tweet length pitch to having an easy to remember name, each branding opportunity is a touch point for a new customer to be attracted to what you have to offer. In this article the focus will be on how to successfully attract media attention.

Students and teachers could rarely be friends on Facebook and no student would want their Physics or Math teacher telling them to study thoroughly for their term paper, but things change and so do we.

Personalized card-linked offers Edo has raised $15million, ready to set a new trend in the payments and advertising sector.

The Series C financing from VantagePoint Capital Partners with participation from Baird Venture Partners and some of its investors puts the firm’s financial nerve to a total $54.3 million.

Mimiboard, virtual, 3.0 version notice boards are disrupting publishing and news content aggregation in Africa, influencing even how media houses on the continent relay news.

We told you about young twins behind Social network LAGbook, Today we caught up with two 19 year-old entrepreneurs from Naperville, Illinois. Kyler W. Juckins and Jeremy A. Markham coincidentally were both born on the same day and attended the same high school and now attend the same college!

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Today they say its Africa’s largest and fastest growing social networking utility with over 4,000 daily new sign-ups. LAGbook is most popular in India, Romania, Germany, Pakistan, United Kingdom, Malaysia, Philippines, Canada, Turkey, Bangladesh, United States, Mexico, France, Denmark, Indonesia, China, Bulgaria, Australia, Israel, Hong Kong and Nigeria.