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October 6, 2009

For some members of the ChatterBlast team, the college experience lasted a little longer than usual. Let’s just say we understand the true meaning of the term “super senior.” That’s why we are delighted to be back on campus at Matthew’s alma mater, Temple University!

ChatterBlast has been selected as the company in residence for the Temple Accelerator Program (TAP) at the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute, part of Temple”s Fox School of Business. We’re honored to be a part of this program, which is one of the top 15 entrepreneurship programs in the country.

As part of our residency, we get access to the best technology, office/conference space, mentoring from leading experts, a bevy of energetic interns and best online casino all the pads and pencils we could wish for.

We’re in good company too. Mid-Atlantic Diamond Ventures which provides funding support, education and matchmaking for startups is housed in our suite, along with the Entreprenurial Student Association.

The team has made itself right at home quickly. We’ve already held conferences, webinars, brainstorming sessions and client meetings at our fancy new digs in the brand new $80M Alter Hall. We’ve scoped out the best food trucks, and ChatterBlatst Senior Collaborator Laris Kreslins, another temple alumnus, is trying out for the crew team! We can’t wait to see what the fall semester brings us. Now if we can just avoid the dreaded “freshman fifteen.”

About the Author

Evan Urbania

Evan Urbania is the CEO and Co-Founder of ChatterBlast Media. He can often be found cycling, reading obscure tech blogs, teasing the office dog or getting bored with new social media apps.

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