Weekly Refresh: Codeverse Goes National, SpotHero Additions and More

January 21, 2020

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Codeverse announced national expansion. The company creates immersive coding studios and a tech platform to teach children ages 6 to 13 how to code. Its flagship location in Lincoln Park opened in 2017. [PRNewswire]

SpotHero expanded its leadership team. The startup just announced the addition or promotion of five executives. Jim Terpstra joined as VP of corporate and business development, Eric Brooke as VP of engineering, Matt DiBari as VP of product, Nate Phillips as VP of enterprise sales and client development and Sandy Schwarz as VP of finance and accounting. [BusinessWire]

Fyllo acquired CannaRegs. The cannabis industry-focused digital marketing company announced the acquisition of CannaRegs for $10 million. Its website offers a subscription that allows access to state and municipal cannabis regulations. [TechCrunch

Global Healthcare Exchange acquired Lumere. The healthcare business and data automation company will add Lumere's tech capabilities to its portfolio. The acquisition also extends its footprint in the pharmaceutical market. [Press Release]

Accenture named North America lead of Fjord. Tanarra Schneider joined the company's design firm after a non-traditional career path. Fjord uses a human-focused design lens to create value for businesses.

project44 announced partnerships with IBM and SAP. With SAP, the company plans to help shippers change the way they manage their delivery processes. The partnership with IBM, which also includes Salesforce, Publicis Sapient and Flooid, aims to develop enhanced solution capabilities for its Sterling Supply Chain platform. [Press Release

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