Home > Misc > Prairie Moves: Bryan Roth, Kaylin Brabec, Electric Pulp and more

Prairie Moves: Bryan Roth, Kaylin Brabec, Electric Pulp and more

Photo by Joshua Mayer via Flickr

Published every Tuesday, Prairie Moves keeps our readers informed about career moves, media coverage, product development, and more from the companies and individuals we cover on Silicon Prairie News.

If you or your company would like to submit one of the items below for our next Prairie Moves post, please email editor@siliconprairienews.com. And if you have suggestions on how we could improve these posts or any of our coverage, please contact danny@siliconprairienews.com.

Career Moves

  • Bryan Roth (@bryanroth) joined DocLanding (Omaha) as an application developer
  • Kaylin Brabec (@kaylinbrabec) and Nabile Coulibaly joined Phenomblue (Omaha) as Experience Producer and Jr. Experience Engineer, respectively

Fundings

New Tech

New Creative

Product/Business Development

  • MindMixer (Omaha) debuted its first legislator-specific site, Lee Listens – SPN post
  • Hudl (Lincoln) released an Android app – hudl.com/blog
  • Syncbak (Marion, Iowa) added its technology to broadcast stations in Madison, Wis. and Des Moines – syncback.com
  • SmartyPig Cash Rewards Card added a new batch of retailers – blog.smartypig.com
  • Fundle (Iowa City) completed its first “Fundle” – twitter.com/fundleco
  • Zaarly (Kansas City office, San Francisco-based) made iPhone app updates – blog.zaarly.com – and updated its users on security – blog.zaarly.com
  • SkyVu (Omaha) and FunMobility (Pleasanton, Cal.) united to allow FunChat users to select Battle Bears characters as avatars – prweb.com

Media Mentions

Misc.

  • Geoff Wood of Silicon Prairie News (Des Moines office) launched Eggcrates, stackable shelving – eggcrat.es
  • Zaarly (Kansas City office, San Francisco-based) presenting at SF New Tech on Thursday – sfnewtech.com
  • Ben Milne of Dwolla (Des Moines) will be presenting at The Future of Mobile conference in September – twitter.com/futureofmobile