Georgetown undergrads’ business voted D.C.’s ‘Hottest Start-up’

Georgetown senior James Li’s team was among the youngest of the 25 start-ups competing to be “D.C.’s Hottest Start-up” on Thursday night in Arlington’s Artisphere.

Though they may have been too young to drink at the showcase and mixer — organized by tech media company Tech Cocktail — their business secured the most votes for the “hottest start-up” title on Tech Cocktail’s site.

Li co-founded Encore, a highly visual e-mail newsletter system allowing non-profits to share their staff’s stories with potential donors. The service launched officially on Wednesday. The start-up also provides non-profits with detailed analytics about donor behavior.

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