Anyone starting a business today has kindred spirits in other local entrepreneurs. That learning and camaraderie defined what The Patchery founder Amber Gunn Thomas took away from presenting as a MobDemo, mobile app competition, finalist at the fourth annual MobCon. That — and plans for using her $10,000 in development credits from MentorMate and $500 in […]
Hear from MobDemo second place winner Kid Around Town about their plans for 2016 and how their startup will change how parents, kids and smartphones interact.
According to the AlleyWatch “May 2014 US and NYC Venture Capital & Angel Investment Report,” Angel and Seed deals have increased by 20% nationally. Additionally, the deal size has increased since 2013. Here are the top two reasons MobCon matters for maintaining momentum in the Midwest startup economy.
Let me begin by saying, don’t try this at home. It’s a grueling exercise – even for the most experienced event professional. That said, it is possible (been there, done that). It starts by knowing your market, promoting heavily, and establishing mutually beneficial relationships. Follow these 8 tips.
Last year, Karla Lemmon had a problem. Lists had overtaken her once simple life. As a new mom, she found herself scribbling one down each time she packed to take her son traveling or even just for a quick overnight. But, Karla had an idea. What if there was an app that coordinated it all? Now thanks to the development resources she won at MobDemo — there is.