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Miami-based Flomio closes on $525,000 in seed funding

I am admittedly late on posting this news, but Miami-based Flomio, maker of a platform for building NFC and RFID enabled applications, closed a seed round of $525,000, led by RMR Capital, and included participation from TechStars, the Cloud Power Fund, Matthew Lally (Augme, Pickflair), and Clint Watson (FASO), TechCrunch reported on Friday.

Flomio, founded by Richard Grundy,  was recently accepted into TechStars Cloud, the cloud computing-focused incubator. Read more about its technology here.

So last week was a good week for South Florida tech startups getting funding. What will this month bring?

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Michael Castilla

This is really exciting news for startups in Miami.

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