50 business bikers, 500 miles, 10 towns, 50 pitches and 10 winners go to the pitch-off to be held on October 18 at Champlain College.
Road Pitch 2016 brought entrepreneurs and investors together for five days of touring Vermont to listen to about 50 local startups pitch their business ideas. The Road Pitch riders offer feedback to help startups learn more about the “business of business.” Read the press coverage in the Boston Globe.
Vermont Teddy Bear celebrated its 35th anniversary in June with food, music, activities, and factory tours.
Congressman Peter Welch will push for breast-feeding stations made by Mamava.
IrisVR startup announces IrisVR Prospect plugin for McNeel’s popular Grasshopper algorithmic design software. Now the power of VR and algorithmic design optionality meet.
The third annual FreshTracks Road Pitch, a five day motorcycle tour of Vermont in which a gang of “business bikers” (comprised of investors, entrepreneurs and business advisors) ride around the state and stop in various towns to listen to entrepreneurs pitch their business concepts, will be held August 1st through August 5th 2016.
Mamava co-founders, Sascha Mayer and Christine Dodson were honored to attend two special events on the same day on opposite sides of the country.
THINKmd was selected for DAI’s Innovation into Action Challenge, a competition designed to find and support products and services that will help developing nations tackle social and economic development problems.
Burlington-based THINKmd has signed a memorandum of understanding with Winooski-based Physician’s Computer Company to bring its mobile medical app, MEDSINC, to market in the United States.
Two-year old Mamava is growing in leaps and bounds as the company continues to expand its customer base to include airports, stadiums, zoos, convention centers and school districts.