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MobIntent, a startup from the New York Techstars Summer 2011 class, has closed its doors.It is the second New York Techstars company to shutter, but it is the first from the latest class. To Vie For shut down in September.
Founded in August 2010 by Matthew Chun and Bryan Adams, MobIntent entered Techstars as Fred Rover. Prior to Techstars it was called One Plus Four.
The startup wanted to help people discover web and mobile apps, but it didn’t take off like some of the other Techstars companies.
MobIntent, however, didn’t get much love from users or investors. The founders discovered the difficult entrepreneurship path wasn’t for them.
The site now reads:
“After much consideration, we have decided to shut down MobIntent. We sincerely appreciate all the help, advice, feedback and friendship from everyone we’ve had the pleasure to meet along the way.”
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