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to buy Lamictal The startup Partnered doesn’t discriminate against other startups – they are helping others to get work. They want to help brands connect with startups to help complete tasks. TechCrunch writes, “Brands and agencies will post goals that they need help with and startups that focus on those issues can then respond. They’ve brokered about 60 partnerships between startups and brands in the last three months.”

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