Buddy Platform for Microsoft Windows 8 Announces a ONE MILLION Dollar Seed Round

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Now supporting over 6,000 developers around the world and touting over 5,000 apps built, Buddy is the only  building more than 5,000 apps is the world’s first application development platform to natively support Windows 8. The Buddy Platform announced today the initial closing of a $1 million seed round concurrent with the full public release of its Backend as a Service (“BaaS”) platform. The investment round, led by Bay-Area seed stage venture firm Transmedia Capital and joined by micro-VC Crestlight Venture Productions, provides the company with resources to grow the footprint of the Platform and expand its’ relationships with major brands and agencies that publish apps for any operating system or connected device. Read the full story here.



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