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The Boston Globe Features GreatPoint Energy

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The Boston Globe, GreatPoint Energy, 1.02.2013BIGfish client GreatPoint Energy was featured in today's Boston Globe in a feature on Chinese investment in American business, which hit a record $6.5 billion in 2012. Chinese auto parts conglomerate Wanxiang Group is working with GreatPoint Energy to build a coal-to-gas conversion plant in Western China. To read the entire article, click the photo above or click here.

VentureBeat Features Edison Junior

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Last week, Edison Junior announced that after raising $139,170 on Kickstarter to support the creation of POP, a multi-device charging station, it would return all money to backers in the largest Kickstarter refund yet, because of restrictions from Apple. Due to the media attention surrounding this announcement, Apple then responded that it will change its guidelines and allow the creation of POP to continue, as VentureBeat reports above.

BostInno Features BIGfish President David Gerzof Richard

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BIGfish President David Gerzof Richard shared his golden rules of social media with BostInno in the article, "Observe, Listen & Go Back to Kindergarten: Social Media Tips from the Professor Behind #ESM." To see all of his advice, click the photo above or click here.

Wired Features Edison Junior

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After raising $139,170 on Kickstarter to support the creation of POP, a multi-device charging station, Edison Junior CEO Jamie Siminoff announced it would return all that money to backers in the largest Kickstarter refund yet. Backers will receive refunds through Christie Street, Siminoff's new crowdfunding platform created specifically for products. To read the full article from Wired, click the photo above or click here.

Boston Globe Features GreatPoint Energy

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BIGfish client GreatPoint Energy was featured in today's Boston Globe in an article focused on the Chinese conglomerate Wanxiang. Wanxiang, slated to buy Waltham battery maker A123 Systems Inc., also has a large stake in GreatPoint Energy and is continuing to grow its alternative energy business. “One of the nice things about Wanxiang is that while they are clearly a Chinese company, they have an enormous American presence,” said GreatPoint Energy CEO Andrew Perlman. To read the entire article, click the photo above or click here.

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