We will be presenting Skyless Games at the Angel Venture Fair tomorrow in Philadelphia. This great event is a way for start-ups in the Philadelphia area to exhibit and present about themselves to a crowd of investors and other interested folks. All of the start-ups will have booths at the Union League of Philadelphia in the Lincoln Hall; and throughout the day many start-ups will be presenting about their ideas and fundraising needs.
We are really excited for this opportunity to show off Skyless to the local angel investment community. We’ll be joined by several other companies from the Baiada Institute:
PurpleCloud Technologies has created a mobile enterprise platform that helps hotels optimize their most expensive cost, their workforce. Our program streams real-time information to hotel staff and analyzes data inputs for upper-level executives to aid in strategic decision making.
eventuosity is a scalable web and mobile application for event planners to manage the people and resources associated with events. From trade shows to social club outings, eventuosity gives enterprise, professional and consumer users a single tool to Plan Anything by Planning For Everything.
I’m Sorry to Hear Billed as the TripAdvisor of funeral planning, the website provides ratings and reviews for end of life products and services. Founder Rachel Zeldin was a finalist in this year’s incubator competition. – imsorrytohear.com
Booksmart developed by Benjamin Melman, a student at Drexel LeBow College of Business, disrupts the music industry with software for live performances that will expedite the booking process, and eliminate the need for venues, managers, agents and artists to participate in tedious and time consuming tasks.
Update: April 30th – Things went well for us at the Angel Venture Fair. Thank you to everyone who came by our booth to learn more about Skyless – it was a pleasure meeting all of you.