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  • Personal Assistant Startup Fancy Hands Taps New CEO To Focus On Growth

    Personal Assistant Startup Fancy Hands Taps New CEO To Focus On Growth

    Fancy Hands, the New York City based startup that lets you book a remote personal assistant to complete tasks for a flat fee, has hired a new CEO to focus on business partnerships and growth, founder Ted Roden tells TechCrunch. Roden has handed over the CEO role to Joshua Boltuch, who was previously a founder of Amie Street, the online music store and social sharing service which became Songza. Read More

  • 10 Startups That Turn Complexity Into Simplicity

    10 Startups That Turn Complexity Into Simplicity

    Here’s the thing about simplicity. It’s all relative. A developer’s idea of simplicity is different from a finance chief or a customer service agent. I run across a variety of startups in my daily work at TechCrunch. But few have that innate sense of elegance or the capability to abstract complexity to such an extent that anything else seems antiquated in comparison. Here are… Read More

  • Time Inc's Top 10 NYC Startups

    We Talk To Two Exciting New NYC Startups: Fancy Hands And Stamped [TCTV]

    Last night, Time Inc. threw a pretty badass party in Manhattan to celebrate “Ten NYC Startups To Watch.” Among the ten were Fancy Hands, a site that offers up a personal assistant for every and any need you might have, and Stamped, a social network that lets you put your stamp of approval on the things you like. We pulled aside founders of both companies to find out a little more… Read More