In the final videos of the Road To Disrupt series, all of the Startup Battlefield teams from Disrupt SF 2013 find out the results of the competition. This is it for the 30 startups involved with Startup Battlefield. It’s all on the line and the companies are about to see who will take home $50,000 and the Disrupt Cup.
But first, Ansa has to pitch to the Disrupt judges. Practicing the presentation up to the final moments before the stage, founder Natalie Bryla delivers a near-perfect onstage pitch for her company that makes a messaging app that lets the sender control who sees messages and when.
We’d like to give a big thank you to our Road To Disrupt companies for sharing their experiences with our community and dealt with a near constant film presence in the days leading up to and at Disrupt SF 2013.
Join us next week at Disrupt SF 2014 as our next batch of companies battle for the top prize.