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9 Startups That Caught IBM's Eye

With applications for jobs ranging from cancer detection to retail pricing, nine data-driven small and midsize businesses (SMBs) vied for Global Entrepreneur of the Year at IBM's SmartCamp competition.
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The SmartCamp New York City winner provides mobile developers with real-time analytics on how people choose and use apps on their devices. Above, Localytics CEO and co-founder Raj Aggarwal makes his pitch.

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