Weekly Refresh: Codeverse Coming to Boston and More

Codeverse, an interactive coding studio for kids, is coming to Boston, plus more Boston tech news you may have missed last week.

Written by Anna Holmquist
Published on Jan. 18, 2020
Weekly Refresh: Codeverse Coming to Boston and More


Codeverse announced Boston launch. The company offers an interactive and immersive coding studio for children ages 6 to 13. Opening in summer 2020, the studio will offer classes, weeklong camps and parties. [PRNewswire]

JRNI announced partnership with Radius8. The two companies aim to help retailers offer location-based appointment scheduling to customers. JRNI's scheduling functionality will work in tandem with Radius8's Welcomer localization solution. [Press Release]

Insurify raised $23M. The startup wants to help customers find the best and cheapest home and auto insurance policies more efficiently. With the Series A funding, it plans to hire up to 60 new employees. [Built In]

Definitive Healthcare acquired PatientFinder. The data and analytics provider announced the acquisition of PatientFinder, a software analytics firm that seeks out relevant patient clusters for their clients. Definitive Healthcare last acquired HIMSS Analytics in January 2019. [PRWeb

Hawke Media acquired Trident Growth Partners. The digital growth agency adds more marketing veterans to Hawke's team of a la carte experts. They offer a range of services that include SEM, paid social, display and remarketing and more. [Yahoo Finance]

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