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Wetson's Wetson's logo Wetson's was an American fast food hamburger chain which existed from 1959 to 1975. At its peak, Wetson's had approximately 70 locations in the greater New York metropolitan area, including Sunrise Highway in Valley Stream, Staten Island (at 1767 Forest Ave, now Firestone's auto next to Wendy's), 1525 Hylan Blvd (now Mr. Pulse Login Connect via Facebook Forgot Password? Pulse is part of LinkedIn. The Founder Institute: Helping Founders to Build Great Companies Microsoft BizSpark - Microsoft BizSpark is a global program that helps software startups succeed by giving them access to Microsoft software development tools, connecting them with key industry players, including investors, and providing marketing visibility to help entrepreneurs starting a business. Microsoft BizSpark is a worldwide partner of the Founder Institute, providing software, support, facilities, and mentoring to many entrprenuers within the Fouder Insitute network. Learn more about our partnership here, and sign-up for BizSpark here. Créée en 1989, Brunswick Société d’Avocats accompagne ses clients - investisseurs financiers et PME françaises et internationales et leurs dirigeants - dans leur quotidien et dans leur développement.
Kudzu Interactive Raises $7M To Bolster Growth Of Digital Ordering Service Snapfinger Kudzu Interactive, which ownes and operates online and mobile ordering and e-commerce service Snapfinger.com, has closed a $7 million Series B funding round. The round was led by Norwest Venture Partners, with additional but undisclosed investors participating. The company, founded in 2004, has now raised $11 million total to date. The funding news was announced by the company this morning, but the New York Times profiled Kudzu Interactive extensively over the weekend, reporting that the Snapfinger.com owner is already profitable and growing revenues fast. How to get a mentor (And keep them beyond the honeymoon) What if you could get business moguls to teach you everything they know? That’s how Dan Pena learned how to build a company from scratch, turning $820 into $450 million. But it wasn’t easy to get that advice, says Dan, founder of Great Western Resources, Inc.
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Pizza Express launch in-restaurant mobile payment system with PayPal : TameBay : eBay & ecommerce made easy PayPal announced a world first today, the ability to use PayPal via a smartphone to pay for pizza in restaurants. This is the first time that an online payment method has been made available in an entire chain of retail outlets across the whole country. Pizza Express have launched a new iPhone app that, amongst other things, gives customers the option to pay their bill automatically via their Smartphone. Why France will never be Silicon Valley It is always exciting to examine what is going on in your home country, especially in your own industry. As I am back in France for a few weeks, I wanted to see what was happening in the French tech scene. I heard a lot about the French incubator “Le Camping”, an accelerator program from Silicon Sentier that allows 12 teams to develop a project over 6 months, essentially letting entrepreneurs make their dreams into a reality. Cyril Dorsaz, 25 years old, is one of the lucky entrepreneurs who was chosen for his project Beansight. Dorsaz says, “Le Camping gives us not only an infrastructure, an office where we can build synergy with the other teams, but great support, access to inspiring mentors and of course a bridge to VCs and investors.”
Chicken Delight Chicken Delight is a chain of restaurants offering eat in, take out, and delivery service with a menu featuring chicken, pizza and ribs. Based in Winnipeg, the chain mostly has outlets in that city and throughout Manitoba, although a few are located in the New York metro area, and at other scattered locations in the United States and Canada. The current operation is a relic of a much larger chain.