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Techne Launches Talentt App at SXSW



Fayetteville's Techne Apps, launched at Startup Weekend NWA, is debuting its first app MVP, talentt, at SXSW currently underway in Austin.

Talentt helps connect users to designers, developers and writers. Techne is Randi Cruz, Laura Weiderhaft and Luke Irvin. Here's the app in the iTunes store, and here's the description:

Finding the right person to help you solve your business needs shouldn't be so difficult. With the world becoming more connected, everyone should have easier access to the growing talent pool. talentt is an iOS application that connects you to designers, developers, writers and other talented people near your current location.

More to come, but in the meantime, here's more on Techne from the AR Scene, and more on Irvin in this 2013 story from Arkansas Business.

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