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private:yumingle 2559410 Jun 4th, 2019 12:00AM YuMingle 23 0.00 Open Computer Software Jun 4th, 2019 04:02PM Jun 4th, 2019 04:02PM BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Four technology-based businesses led by Indiana University students will receive funding from the inaugural Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology, or BEST, competition. The competition opened in September with 61 submissions from a wide range of students on the IU Bloomington campus. After three rounds of judging, the field was narrowed to six finalists, who presented their business plans to a panel of investor judges at the School of Informatics and Computing on April 14. Ultimately, four companies were selected by the panel of investors to receive funding totaling more than $250,000: Awarded $100,000 was YuMingle, a mobile platform for facilitating social connections, led by Kelley School of Business students Jonathan Baldwin of Indianapolis and Nathan Baldwin of Carmel, Ind. Through YuMingle, people will be able to create unique micro-social networks based on location and interests. Our technology allows users to anonymously express romantic interest in each other anywhere (e.g., at a bar, during class, in a coffee shop, on a bus, etc.), connecting them real-time ONLY when there is MUTUAL interest. Open Open
private:yumingle 2559410 Mar 23rd, 2018 12:00AM YuMingle 9 0.00 Open Computer Software Mar 23rd, 2017 10:51AM Mar 23rd, 2017 10:51AM BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Four technology-based businesses led by Indiana University students will receive funding from the inaugural Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology, or BEST, competition. The competition opened in September with 61 submissions from a wide range of students on the IU Bloomington campus. After three rounds of judging, the field was narrowed to six finalists, who presented their business plans to a panel of investor judges at the School of Informatics and Computing on April 14. Ultimately, four companies were selected by the panel of investors to receive funding totaling more than $250,000: Awarded $100,000 was YuMingle, a mobile platform for facilitating social connections, led by Kelley School of Business students Jonathan Baldwin of Indianapolis and Nathan Baldwin of Carmel, Ind. Through YuMingle, people will be able to create unique micro-social networks based on location and interests. Our technology allows users to anonymously express romantic interest in each other anywhere (e.g., at a bar, during class, in a coffee shop, on a bus, etc.), connecting them real-time ONLY when there is MUTUAL interest.
private:yumingle 2559410 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM YuMingle 10 0.00 Open Computer Software Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Four technology-based businesses led by Indiana University students will receive funding from the inaugural Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology, or BEST, competition. The competition opened in September with 61 submissions from a wide range of students on the IU Bloomington campus. After three rounds of judging, the field was narrowed to six finalists, who presented their business plans to a panel of investor judges at the School of Informatics and Computing on April 14. Ultimately, four companies were selected by the panel of investors to receive funding totaling more than $250,000: Awarded $100,000 was YuMingle, a mobile platform for facilitating social connections, led by Kelley School of Business students Jonathan Baldwin of Indianapolis and Nathan Baldwin of Carmel, Ind. Through YuMingle, people will be able to create unique micro-social networks based on location and interests. Our technology allows users to anonymously express romantic interest in each other anywhere (e.g., at a bar, during class, in a coffee shop, on a bus, etc.), connecting them real-time ONLY when there is MUTUAL interest.
private:yumingle 2559410 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM YuMingle 10 0.00 Open Computer Software Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Four technology-based businesses led by Indiana University students will receive funding from the inaugural Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology, or BEST, competition. The competition opened in September with 61 submissions from a wide range of students on the IU Bloomington campus. After three rounds of judging, the field was narrowed to six finalists, who presented their business plans to a panel of investor judges at the School of Informatics and Computing on April 14. Ultimately, four companies were selected by the panel of investors to receive funding totaling more than $250,000: Awarded $100,000 was YuMingle, a mobile platform for facilitating social connections, led by Kelley School of Business students Jonathan Baldwin of Indianapolis and Nathan Baldwin of Carmel, Ind. Through YuMingle, people will be able to create unique micro-social networks based on location and interests. Our technology allows users to anonymously express romantic interest in each other anywhere (e.g., at a bar, during class, in a coffee shop, on a bus, etc.), connecting them real-time ONLY when there is MUTUAL interest.
private:yumingle 2559410 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM YuMingle 10 0.00 Open Computer Software Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Four technology-based businesses led by Indiana University students will receive funding from the inaugural Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology, or BEST, competition. The competition opened in September with 61 submissions from a wide range of students on the IU Bloomington campus. After three rounds of judging, the field was narrowed to six finalists, who presented their business plans to a panel of investor judges at the School of Informatics and Computing on April 14. Ultimately, four companies were selected by the panel of investors to receive funding totaling more than $250,000: Awarded $100,000 was YuMingle, a mobile platform for facilitating social connections, led by Kelley School of Business students Jonathan Baldwin of Indianapolis and Nathan Baldwin of Carmel, Ind. Through YuMingle, people will be able to create unique micro-social networks based on location and interests. Our technology allows users to anonymously express romantic interest in each other anywhere (e.g., at a bar, during class, in a coffee shop, on a bus, etc.), connecting them real-time ONLY when there is MUTUAL interest.
private:yumingle 2559410 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM YuMingle 10 0.00 Open Computer Software Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Four technology-based businesses led by Indiana University students will receive funding from the inaugural Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology, or BEST, competition. The competition opened in September with 61 submissions from a wide range of students on the IU Bloomington campus. After three rounds of judging, the field was narrowed to six finalists, who presented their business plans to a panel of investor judges at the School of Informatics and Computing on April 14. Ultimately, four companies were selected by the panel of investors to receive funding totaling more than $250,000: Awarded $100,000 was YuMingle, a mobile platform for facilitating social connections, led by Kelley School of Business students Jonathan Baldwin of Indianapolis and Nathan Baldwin of Carmel, Ind. Through YuMingle, people will be able to create unique micro-social networks based on location and interests. Our technology allows users to anonymously express romantic interest in each other anywhere (e.g., at a bar, during class, in a coffee shop, on a bus, etc.), connecting them real-time ONLY when there is MUTUAL interest.
private:yumingle 2559410 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM YuMingle 10 0.00 Open Computer Software Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Four technology-based businesses led by Indiana University students will receive funding from the inaugural Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology, or BEST, competition. The competition opened in September with 61 submissions from a wide range of students on the IU Bloomington campus. After three rounds of judging, the field was narrowed to six finalists, who presented their business plans to a panel of investor judges at the School of Informatics and Computing on April 14. Ultimately, four companies were selected by the panel of investors to receive funding totaling more than $250,000: Awarded $100,000 was YuMingle, a mobile platform for facilitating social connections, led by Kelley School of Business students Jonathan Baldwin of Indianapolis and Nathan Baldwin of Carmel, Ind. Through YuMingle, people will be able to create unique micro-social networks based on location and interests. Our technology allows users to anonymously express romantic interest in each other anywhere (e.g., at a bar, during class, in a coffee shop, on a bus, etc.), connecting them real-time ONLY when there is MUTUAL interest.
private:yumingle 2559410 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM YuMingle 10 0.00 Open Computer Software Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Four technology-based businesses led by Indiana University students will receive funding from the inaugural Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology, or BEST, competition. The competition opened in September with 61 submissions from a wide range of students on the IU Bloomington campus. After three rounds of judging, the field was narrowed to six finalists, who presented their business plans to a panel of investor judges at the School of Informatics and Computing on April 14. Ultimately, four companies were selected by the panel of investors to receive funding totaling more than $250,000: Awarded $100,000 was YuMingle, a mobile platform for facilitating social connections, led by Kelley School of Business students Jonathan Baldwin of Indianapolis and Nathan Baldwin of Carmel, Ind. Through YuMingle, people will be able to create unique micro-social networks based on location and interests. Our technology allows users to anonymously express romantic interest in each other anywhere (e.g., at a bar, during class, in a coffee shop, on a bus, etc.), connecting them real-time ONLY when there is MUTUAL interest.
private:yumingle 2559410 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM YuMingle 10 0.00 Open Computer Software Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Four technology-based businesses led by Indiana University students will receive funding from the inaugural Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology, or BEST, competition. The competition opened in September with 61 submissions from a wide range of students on the IU Bloomington campus. After three rounds of judging, the field was narrowed to six finalists, who presented their business plans to a panel of investor judges at the School of Informatics and Computing on April 14. Ultimately, four companies were selected by the panel of investors to receive funding totaling more than $250,000: Awarded $100,000 was YuMingle, a mobile platform for facilitating social connections, led by Kelley School of Business students Jonathan Baldwin of Indianapolis and Nathan Baldwin of Carmel, Ind. Through YuMingle, people will be able to create unique micro-social networks based on location and interests. Our technology allows users to anonymously express romantic interest in each other anywhere (e.g., at a bar, during class, in a coffee shop, on a bus, etc.), connecting them real-time ONLY when there is MUTUAL interest.
private:yumingle 2559410 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM YuMingle 10 0.00 Open Computer Software Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Four technology-based businesses led by Indiana University students will receive funding from the inaugural Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology, or BEST, competition. The competition opened in September with 61 submissions from a wide range of students on the IU Bloomington campus. After three rounds of judging, the field was narrowed to six finalists, who presented their business plans to a panel of investor judges at the School of Informatics and Computing on April 14. Ultimately, four companies were selected by the panel of investors to receive funding totaling more than $250,000: Awarded $100,000 was YuMingle, a mobile platform for facilitating social connections, led by Kelley School of Business students Jonathan Baldwin of Indianapolis and Nathan Baldwin of Carmel, Ind. Through YuMingle, people will be able to create unique micro-social networks based on location and interests. Our technology allows users to anonymously express romantic interest in each other anywhere (e.g., at a bar, during class, in a coffee shop, on a bus, etc.), connecting them real-time ONLY when there is MUTUAL interest.

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