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Teddy Dozier ’12: Startup launches at TechCrunch competition

Image via Teddy Dozier
Image via Teddy Dozier

For those not in the technology industry, Teddy Dozier’s accomplishments this May might not quite resonate. But when it comes to his involvement with TechCrunch, an online publisher of tech and industry news reaching 37 million page views per month, it is safe to say Dozier is doing well.

This May, the technology startup he works for as a designer/developer (Selequity) was selected to launch at TechCrunch Startup Battlefield – Disrupt NY. After initially applying, Selequity was one of 24 selected out of 1000 applicants. According to TechCrunch, “Startup Battlefield is the world’s preeminent startup competition featuring 15-30 early stage startups pitching top judges in front of a vast live audience…the winner takes away the Disrupt Cup and a check for $50,000.” Dozier’s startup launched live and on stage.

They did not take home the top prize but debuting on this platform is notoriety enough. Selequity is a platform focused on crowdfunding real estate investments.

Read more of TechCrunch‘s coverage on the Selequity launch.

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