EventVue

  • EventVue's Next Event: Deadpool. Co-Founder Shares Mistakes.

    EventVue's Next Event: Deadpool. Co-Founder Shares Mistakes.

    EventVue set out three years ago to transform the way people interact with and network during events. Today, sadly, they have announced they are shutting down. In an overlay message that appears now on the main site, co-founders Rob Johnson and Josh Fraser write: Read More

  • TechStars Demo Day: Acquisitions Galore As Twelve Companies Strut Their Stuff

    TechStars Demo Day: Acquisitions Galore As Twelve Companies Strut Their Stuff

    Today TechStars held its third Demo Day, offering a dozen of its startups the chance to display their wares in front of a throng of investors and the media. TechStars is a seed stage investment fund similar to Y Combinator and DreamIt Ventures that gives startups a modest amount of cash (around $5,000 for each founder) and a three month mentorship in exchange for a 5% equity stake in the company. Read More

  • Eventvue Grabs Angel Round Over The Weekend

    Eventvue Grabs Angel Round Over The Weekend

    The firstTechStars startup has gotten funded over this weekend. Eventvue has closed a round estimated to be about a quarter million dollars from Brad Feld, David Cohen, Dave McClure, Wendy Lea, amongst others. See our earlier coverage of them here. Eventvue brings social networking to the context of conferences, helping conference goers re-connect or follow up with business they couldn’t… Read More

  • TechStars Demo Day – Class of 2007

    TechStars Demo Day – Class of 2007

    Y Combinator wasn’t the only incubator to demo their most recent startups today. Colorado-based TechStars also brought their startups on stage – ten of them – to give the audience a first look at what they’ve been up to all summer. Each startup gave 5% of their equity in exchange for $15,000, operational support, office space and mentoring. Most of these companies are… Read More