FT.com on Crowd Fusion’s appearance at TechCrunch 50

Nice recap of TechCrunch 50 over in FT.com’s blog section, where Chris Nuttall writes the following in “TC50 start-ups are flickering beacons of success”:

One service that impressed me, but was met with indifference by the judges, was Crowd Fusion. This free content management system could empower thousands of amateur bloggers and transform their designs and content with its elegant structured database.

Brian Alvey, chief executive, said his open source model was imitating that of MySQL and if he could achieve the same outcome – MySQL was bought by Sun for $1bn last year – his is likely to have been the most successful start-up on show.

From your mouth to God’s ears, Chris. ;-)

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