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Startup Video Interview: Tavio Hobson, Trufl

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As part of our new feature on socaltech, video interviews, we recently caught up with Tavio Hobson , the founder of an early stage startup called Trufl , an app which lets restaurant guests bid on a seat at a restaurant, without a reservation.

R.E.D Talk: The Future of the Supply Chain in LA County

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CareerArc Grows In LA, Names New VPs

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Burbank-based CareerArc , which develops social recruiting and outplacement. technology and services, says it is in the midst of a big expansion in Los Angeles, and has added about 20 percent to its headcount over the last three months. The company said, as part of that growth, it has named Jason Blais as Executive Vice President of Sales, Linda Souza as Senior Vice President of Marketing, and also promoted Yair Riemer to President of its Career Transition Services Division.

SPAR 3D Conference and Expo

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Tuesday, May 21, 2019 -- SPAR 3D Conference and Expo. SPAR 3D Expo and Conference, presented by SPAR 3D.com and co-located with AEC Next, is the premier international event for the commercial application of 3D technologies focused on 3D sensing, 3D processing, and 3D visualization tools.

Halla Finds $1.4M For Online Grocery Personalization

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A brand new, Los Angeles-based artificial intelligence startup, Halla , announced on Wednesday that it has raised $1.4M in its seed funding round, to help it expand its development of personalization technology for online grocers. According to Halla, the funding was led by E&A Venture Capital, an early stage food industry investor, and also included SOSV.

AEC Next Technology Expo + Conference

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Whiskey Coffee, Immigration, AI: MassChallenge Austin 2019 Startups

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Austin —MassChallenge has picked the 74 early-stage companies that will eventually compete for a portion of $500,000 in cash as a part of its Austin accelerator program.

Glofox Picks Up $10M For Fitness Studio Management Tools

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Los Angeles- and Dublin, Ireland-based Glofox , which develops a cloud-based software to help fitness studio owners manage their businesses, has raised $10M in a Series A funding. The funding was led by Octopus Ventures, and also included Partech Ventures, Notion Capital, and Tribal VC.

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Eyeing Future IPO, A Rarity for SD Software Firms, Tealium Adds $55M

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San Diego has had plenty of businesses go public in recent years, but most have been life sciences companies. Now software startup Tealium, which has about 215 employees at its San Diego headquarters, announced Wednesday it has added $55 million in a Series F financing. Eleven-year-old Tealium has now hauled in more than $160 million in venture capital, and is prepping to become one of the region’s first big tech companies to go public in over five years.

Cryoport Acquires Cryogene

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Irvine-based life sciences service provider Cryoport announced on Tuesday that it has acquired Cryogene Partners , the operator of a 21,000 square foot biostorage facility, which specializes in the secure storage of biological specimens, materials and samples. Financial details of the acquisition were not announced. Cryogene is based in Houston, Texas. According to Cryoport, the deal will help it expand its offerings to include biostorage solutions for life sciences commodities.

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Evite Targets Professional Event Planners With New Service

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Los Angeles-based online invitations firm Evite is targeting professional event planners, with the launch of a new service, called Evite Pro , the company announced this morning. According to Evite, the new product is aimed at simplifying professional event planning and execution.

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Feather Launches Furniture Subscriptions In LA, OC

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Feather , an online, furniture rental service which lets people subscribe to gain access to fashionable furniture, said on Tuesday that is expanding its service to Los Angeles and Orange County. The New York-based startup offers up furniture from retailer West Elm, which lets them rent tables, lamps, sofas, love seats, and more--and lets them also return and swap those products anytime they like.

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