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From Idea to Raising $7 Million from Facebook Co-Founder – Don’t Miss the ShopSavvy Story

by / March 26, 2012 News No Comments
From Idea to Raising $7 Million from Facebook Co-Founder – Don’t Miss the ShopSavvy Story

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The next LAUNCH DFW Dallas Startup Happy Hour has been announced and we’re extremely happy to finally be able to sit down with Rylan Barnes and Alex Muse, co-founders of ShopSavvy.

ShopSavvy is probably one of the most exciting and interesting startups to come out of North Texas since I moved here in 2007. At this month’s event, we’ll talk about how Rylan Barnes developed the initial app, GoGart, won an Android developer challenge, met Alex, formed Big In Japan, struck some big deals, became ShopSavvy, almost sold, and eventually raised $7 million dollars led by Eduardo Saverin.

If you haven’t RSVP’d yet, make sure you do soon over on Meetup. If you’re not yet a member of the group, you will need to apply for (free) membership. Preference is given to technology entrepreneurs actively building local companies and active tech investors.

See you there!

Bradley Joyce

Bradley is the founder of LAUNCH DFW and an avid proponent/supporter of the DFW Startup Community. In addition to running this site, Bradley is the founder & CEO of Socialyzer, a predictive analytics platform for social media.