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Relationship Capital: Drilling down into Davos man

Source:The Economist

 



The Science of Donor Connections
Source: Stanford Social Innovation

 



3 Cutting-Edge Ways to Get Clients
Source: ThinkAdvisor

 



Young Presidents’ Organization Names Relationship Science Official Global Partner.
Source: Reuters

 



Relationship Science and NY Hedge Fund Roundtable announce new partnership
Source: The New York Hedge Fund Roundtable

 



Relationship Science Joins MassChallenge Startup Accelerator to Celebrate Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Source: Business Wire

 



Relationship Science Partners with TEDxWallStreet, Providing Attendees Access to Acclaimed RelSci Platform
Source: Business Wire

 



RelSci receives 2013 DataContent Models of Excellence Award from SIIA
Source: SIIA

 


 06.21.13

The Innovator: A website for the well-connected
Source: Financial Times

 



Relationship Science Raises $30 Million
Source: The New York Times

 



RelSci racks up $30M for its digital database of the world’s most influential people
Source: Venture Beat

 


 



RelSci.com: a Rolodex on steroids
Source: Crain’s New York Business

 



Neal Goldman discusses big data and the science of decision-making
Source: The Economist

 



Wall Street’s version of LinkedIn raises $30 million
Source: Fortune

 



RelSci provides a ‘yellow brick social graph path’ to the world’s most influential people
Source: Forbes

 



Neal Goldman Discusses RelSci on CNBC
Source: CNBC

 



RelSci captures it all
Source: Readwrite

 



RelSci can help users build stronger business relationships
Source: Argyle Journal

 



Ken Langone Discusses RelSci on CNBC
Source: CNBC

 



RelSci connects users to more than two million influential decision-makers
Source: Mashable

 



Forget six degrees of Kevin Bacon. This is six degrees of Henry Kravis
Source: The New York Times

 



It is, after all, about who you know
Source: Business Insider

 



RelSci seeks to gain an edge on LinkedIn and Facebook by not relying on social networks or user-inputted content
Source: Bloomberg.com / Bloomberg Businessweek

 



RelSci is useful to technology entrepreneurs, politicians, and nonprofit executives
Source: Venture Beat

 



RelSci launches with $60 million in investment
Source: PandoDaily


RelSci has been quietly building the ultimate business Who’s Who
Source: The Atlantic Wire


RelSci is different from LinkedIn and Facebook in that it’s not actually a social network at all
Source: Silicon Angle


RelSci launched! See what The New York Times has to say
Source: The New York Times