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Rockets-smallRocketCompanies gives you Austin Best “Baby” Startups – the top 10 most growing startups with less than 100,000 estimated unique visitors a month.

These are the Baby Rockets of the Week! Let’s meet them!

Austin Best Startups:

Brand

M/M Growth (%)

Monthly Estimated Unique Visitors

1

Written

279

93.933

2

Prize

89

26.478

3

Makersquare

87

15,821

4

Helpjuice

85

28,039

5

Thundertix

78

15,100

6

Petrelocation

77

15,190

7

Equipboard

76

17.802

8

Intego

57

69,857

9

Myedu

55

63,973

10

Ustudio

45

21,014

 

“Written” – The N. 1 In this week’s Austin Best Startups

Founders: Jeremy Bencken, Conor Hood, Josh Kerr (CEO) and Mark Smooler.

Founded in January 2013 and launched one year later, in January 2014, Raised 1M from LiveOak Venture Partners, Floodgate, and various angel investors.
http://techcrunch.com/2013/11/12/written-content-marketing/  Written aims to connect bloggers with brands, in a win-win partnerships, having as a guideline, forever green, quality content.

Their portfolio includes small  bloggers or medium companies, but also large enterprises, like HomeAway, Vast, Computer Associated and SolarWinds.

Their goal is to help bloggers reach the audience and exposure they deserve:

“We really want bloggers to just keep doing what they are already doing, which is creating meaningful, relevant, and smart content that is useful” – Josh Kerr – CEO

 Myedu – Austin Best Startups Education Winner

Founded by Michael Crosno, current CEO&Chairman, Myedu is built by a team who “is dedicated to helping college students manage college, tell their stories, and get jobs and internships. We’re proud of our hard work, and we hope you enjoy using our products.” – Myedu.com statement

Their goal is to help students create a profile that enhances their qualities and expertise and that enables them to find a suited job or internship during College and University years.

Partnership with companies like AT&T, AQUILA, ATXFactor, Accenture, Cessna, Polaris and Union Bank have joined the platform launched by Michael Crosno, in a pursuit to find future experts in their domain.

Myedu currently features more than 7,000 internships, and bridges more than 1,000,000 students and +800 schools to companies all over the U.S.

The creation of this platform comes to give a hand to students that sometimes find it hard to plan their college years and even future opportunities. The lack of experience that some companies demand affect the prospect of finding a job after graduation.

By accessing Myedu, students can gain foresight on their actions and their working behavior, in order to increase their skills and how they are assessed by future employers.






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