It's September! The air is crisp (some days), school is back in session, and A2 New Tech is here to help you feel better about summer ending. 😁 We are here for you.
On September 18th, you'll get to hear pitches from 5 startup founders. Join us for an evening of new product business presentations and hanging out with fellow Ann Arbor entrepreneurs at #a2newtech.
September 2018 pitches:
VIP Loaner (http://viploaner.com/) - John Schmotzer - VIP Loaner is a customer experience focused loaner fleet management system for new vehicle dealerships.
Dreamgate VR (https://www.dreamgatevr.com/) - Craig Albert - Dreamgate VR is an Ann Arbor based virtual reality entertainment company creating wireless, free-roaming virtual reality experiences and software.
COventures (https://coventures.us/) - Scott McIntyre - Fusing academic, corporate and community goals, COventures develops leading tech and strategies driving entrepreneurship and fulfilling employment.
Parabricks (http://parabricks.com/) - Mehrzad Samadi - Parabricks accelerates data to insight for DNA analysis to finish in one hour instead of days, which enables research centers, labs and hospitals to diagnose and provide patient specific medicine and care.
Dough (https://www.savethatdough.com/) - Catalina Kaiyoorawongs - Dough simplifies and personalizes student loan management from student entrance to graduation.
October's meetup is reserved for companies from the Venture for America program, which you won't want to miss! Want to pitch in November or December? Email [masked].
Join us at Pizza House at 8 PM after the pitches for pizza, courtesy of Ann Arbor SPARK.
Our monthly meeting format: Five presenters this month take the stage for ten minutes each, five minutes to demo and five minutes to answer questions, followed by open announcements and community networking.
Search "a2newtech" on YouTube for a link to the livestream and recording for this evening. (And thank Roger for recording it when you see him!)
— David Nesbitt & the A2 New Tech team
Never been to a2newtech before? Here's a recording of August's pitches.