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Meet the SoftTech VC Founders Honored on Forbes’ 2013 30 Under 30

Forbes released its third annual ‘30 Under 30‘ list of young disrupters, innovators and entrepreneurs – and we’re proud to see many of SoftTech’s founders represented again this year and joined by several our new rising stars.  Meet our founders that made the list and a huge congratulations to Aaron, Xan, David, Alex, Sam, Liam, Tyler, San, and Rafael!

Aaron Feuer, Xan Tanner, David Carel (22, 22, 23), Cofounders, Panorama Education (Forbes ’30 Under 30′ Education) The Yale grads (from left: Feuer, Tanner, Carel) saw their company become one of the most talked about ed tech startups of the year when it announced $4 million in seeding funding from Mark Zuckerberg’s Startup: Education, among others, in October. Panorama is specifically designed for K-12 schools to help them find data-driven solutions by collecting and analyzing feedback from teachers, parents, students and staff. It’s now used in more than 4,000 schools serving more than one … Read more »


Meet SoftTech VC’s Founders Honored as Forbes 2012 30 Under 30

Forbes released its annual ‘30 Under 30‘ list of disrupters, innovators and entrepreneurs – and we’re proud to see many of SoftTech’s rising stars represented.  Meet the SoftTech VC founders that made the list and a BIG congrats to Sam, Liam, Carly, Isaac, Zain, Stephen, and Alex!

Sam Chaudhary, 26 & Liam Don, 26 from Class Dojo (Forbes ’30 Under 30′, Education)

Class Dojo founders Sam Chaudhary and Liam Don as disrupting the classroom with their classroom management software that enables teachers to track good and bad student behavior. Since launching in 2011, six million teachers and students use Class Dojo on their smartphones, tablets, and the web to dramatically improve classroom culture and increase educational productivity.

 

 

Carly Gloge, 28 and Isaac Squires,29, from Ubooly (Forbes ’30 Under 30′, Games & Apps) Carly Gloge and Isaac Squires are the brains and games behind Ubooly, a iPhone/iPod Touch … Read more »