From the itBusiness.ca article: Elevator pitch videos from INcubes 3rd cohort
“Meet three startups… INcubes latest round… has a distinctly business-to-business approach, which stands apart from the consumer-focused products… in the past. Currently involved in a three-month acceleration program at INcubes’ new office, the trio of startups are currently honing their business models and products in time for their public debut on INcubes’ Demo Day, Feb. 27.”
“…TopThat is a web-based app, allowing people and businesses to create multi-media competitions and challenges. Competition managers have the ability to create pay-to-compete competitions. Compete against friends and judge everyone. Create your own competition. Compete against your friends. Judge and be judged.”
“Videogami just pivoted its startup to focus on interactive videos geared towards teaching hands-on skills.”
“L4NP is a web app that provides training for high-quality volunteer talent, as well as matching skilled volunteers with charitable & non-profit organizations.”
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The first week of 2013 was busy at the INcubes offices! We had some great mentor dropINs and presentations.
Special thanks to Dave Senior and Ryan Bannon of Playground (above) for their very INsightful presentation and critiques of the startups websites!
On Friday the startups had a chance to practice their elevator pitches on camera!
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INcubes announces third cohort of companies
Toronto startup incubator INcubes announced its third group of companies at the end of December,
Fabspaces is looking to tap into the education space with a web-based interactive video platform for activity-based workshops; Leaders4NonProfits is working on a web app that provides training for volunteers; and Top That also has a web-based app in the works to let businesses and individual create multimedia challenges and competitions.
INcubes works with startups in very early stages, offering a three-month acceleration program in exchange for 7.5% equity stakes in the companies.
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