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YEC Members Launch Dozens of New Products, Services and Companies

This week, YEC is celebrating the 24 members who announced exciting new product and service launches last quarter in our Winter edition of YEC Quarterly. Members: Keep a lookout for the Spring edition of our magazine, which should be on your doorstep shortly.

Kyle Clayton announced the launch of his new company Set Jet, which is changing the private travel industry with its new, member-based business model.

Aaron Schwartz’s company Modify Watches launched new custom designs featured on CafePress.com and MLB.com.

Jason Shah recently launched Do, an app for iPhones and iPads to help you run productive meetings.

Manpreet Singh’s company TalkLocal launched TalkLocal iPhone and Android apps, which help users find top pros near them who match their schedules.

Josh Sprague’s company Orange Mud released their new modular gym bag.

Andrew Thomas’ company SkyBell launched SkyBell 2.0, a Wi-Fi video doorbell that lets you see who is at your door from a mobile device.

Brian Wong’s company Kiip launched Web SDK, which enables developers to monetize their mobile webpages and HTML5 desktop sites.

Benji Miller launched Syrup, a company that combines brand strategy, visual identity and digital marketing to systematically grow businesses.

Darrah Brustein’s company Network Under 40 sold its first franchise location.

Mike Hostetler, founder and CEO of appendTo launched YieldHQ, a workforce allocation and financial forecasting tool for service agencies.

Enrico Palmerino’s company SmartBooks launched accounting and bank office management services for IT service providers and resellers.

Brennan White recently launched Cortex, artificial intelligence automation software for social media.

Dave Perrill’s company WAND Corporation launched new digital menu board features, including the WAND digital app, automated failover software and POS pricing integration.

Ken Cauley, President of Advanced Media, recently launched Konnected, Inc., a fast-growing online advertising company.

Trace Cohen's company launch.it launched Spot.io, a Tinder for cool, geeky products curated from sites around the world.

Michael Lefenfeld, CEO of SiGNa Chemistry, Inc., launched SiGNa Oilfield Canada Inc., a subsidiary formed to pursue Enhanced Oil Recovery and other oil production opportunities in Canada.

Xenios Thrasyvoulou, founder of PeoplePerHour, launched SuperTasker, a platform for quick design and web fixes by highly vetted pros.

Tomaso Veneroso’s company Am Cast, Inc. launched the sustainable and eco-friendly Rocky Crusher, the only machine in the world that can transform waste of quarry into usable sand.

Phil Laboon, founder of Eyeflow Internet Marketing, co-launched WOWHire!, a mobile app to make the hiring process easier.

Matt Alexander, founder of Need, recently launched Foremost, a small-batch, American-made clothing line for men and women.

Carl Dorvil, CEO of Group Excellence, launched Renaissance Global Investment Partners, a venture capital firm that invests in real estate, startups, technology and financial organizations.

AK Kurji’s company PMGOA launched two new products: white-label coffee K-Cups and custom label-printing services of all sizes.

Rob Nelson launched Grow, a simple business intelligence dashboard software to track business metrics in real time.

Stephen Ufford’s company Trulioo launched the Trulioo Fuse Developer Fund to help developers build an API to access mobile data for ID verification.

Congratulations to these YEC members on their commendable undertakings. If you’re a member and have an accomplishment you’d like to highlight in the next edition of our YEC Quarterly print magazine (such as a funding round, a notable partnership, a new launch, etc.), feel free to submit it here: yec.co/accolades.