Curator Newsfeed: February 24, 2017

It's Friday, folks! In case you missed the latest buzz this week, we'll help bring you up to speed.

To recap, our new client Utrip, a travel planning platform and startup, raised millions of dollars to power a planning service that gives users the next wave of personalization in travel, while Instagram introduced a new feature that lets users post up to 10 photos or videos as a swipeable carousel. 

Additionally, the Coach stores at Del Amo Fashion Center and Stanford Shopping Center are bringing the runway to its customers through in-store virtual reality experiences. Read about it all and more, below!

Industry News: 

Instagram lets you post up to 10 photos or videos as 1 swipeable carouselTechCrunch

Why Your Killer Press Release Isn't Enough - 7 Things You Must Do to Stand Out From the CrowdInc. 

Client Coverage: 

Utrip raises $4 million to build out consumer and B2B trip planning servicetnooz

Utrip raises $4M to build out artificial intelligence-based travel planning platformGeekWire

Seattle startup Utrip raises $4M, adds ex-Expedia CFO to boardPuget Sound Business Journal

Term Sheet — Tuesday, February 21Fortune

PYRAMID BREWERIES TEAMS UP WITH FOOD LIFELINEWashington Beer Blog

Seattle startup Utrip pulls in $4M in fundingThe Seattle Times

Coach…In Virtual RealityCalifornia Apparel News

Try It Tuesday: Stain Repellent ClothingWCIU-TV