Weekly Refresh: Capsule Launched, Drizly’s New COO, and More

May 18, 2020
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AdmitHub launched Oli for All. Universities can use the free chatbot to help students navigate college enrollment during the pandemic. Over 150 institutions are using it so far. [Built In Boston]

Capsule launched. The digital pharmacy startup delivers meds right to patients’ doorsteps. It also launched in Chicago and Minneapolis and plans to continue its expansion. [BostInno]

Soofa and city governments teamed up on COVID-related PSAs. They’re displayed in real-time on solar-powered digital signs. They’ll show changing health guidelines, transportation information, school closings and more. [Built In Boston]

Drizly Group expanded leadership team. The company owns Drizly, the alcohol e-commerce marketplace, and Lantern, the on-demand cannabis e-commerce company. It added Cathy Lewenberg as chief operating officer at Drizly, Meredith Mahoney as president of Lantern and Deborah Poole to Drizly Group’s board of directors. [Wine Industry Advisor]

Indigo Ag joined Development Data Partnership. The World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the Inter-American Development Bank lead the initiative, which works to address global development challenges. Other partners include Facebook, Google and LinkedIn. [Boston Business Journal]

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