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Social Arcade’s Mariano Di Murro indicates: We offer solutions that can be used by people with no programming or technical knowledge.
Healthcast takes the stress out of providing the best possible care.
JRNL strives to empower users with the ability to capture, record and amplify the meaningful content in life for reflection.
Road-Aid Founder & CEO James Bridgers discusses his startup and it’s progress: Transforming the way road infrastructure is maintained, one pothole at a time.
Capital Construction Solutions Cory Davis shares his perspective on successful entrepreneurs:
R2 Robotronics Co-founder Aman Singh on compelling resources they have utilized:
We were also really grateful to our mentors at Jaarvis Accelerator, where we are incubated, who kept us on our toes in terms of refining our business idea, seeing where we can maintain the edge and identifying opportunities for us to make connections and get feedback on the idea.
DesignDODO Co-founder Keerti Chowdhry in describing the future of the DesignDODO platform:
We’re going make DesignDODO a living, breathing, self-sustaining market-place for design. We’re going to change how this country creates and consumes design.
Launch Tennessee’s fourth annual 36 86 event highlighting entrepreneurialism and southern culture, like its predecessors, was a huge success. More than 950 attended this years event. In addition to the 36 companies who pitched, 100 investment firms joined the proceedings in search of opportunity. They were not disappointed!
An estimated 93% of DJs still use printed songbooks and paper-slips for patrons. This becomes an exhaustive expense for the DJ and venue. The resulting pains are a negative experience for patrons and result in lower dwell times, less repeat patronage, and fewer dollars spent in-venue.