Toronto, ON (PRWEB) February 16, 2012
[IN]cubes, the premiere INcubator & accelerator for INnovative INternet start ups, is proud to announce its Demo Day on February 28, 2012. Five of Canada’s most disruptive start ups of 2012 are ready to make their first public pitches to media and investors. The event will be held in Royal Ontario Museum, a location representative of world culture and natural history.
“The general public had a sneak peak of our start ups at our live streaming event Tune[IN] this past month, and there’s already more interest than we have space. It’s definitely going to be a jam packed, buzzworthy event,” said Ben Zlotnick, founder of [IN]cubes.
The Demo Day event will feature multimedia investor pitches from the founders, and then a personal meet and greet with the start ups.
Headquartered in the heart of Toronto business district, [IN]cubes launched its headquarters in 2011 with the goal of fostering new technology pioneers. [IN]cubes mentors include executives from organizations like Google, IBM, CBC, OMERS, BDC, PWC, and Huawei.
Here's an exclusive look at the latest [IN]cubes INvestor Report in preparation for [IN]cubes Demo Day:
A gossip tool that allows you to safely express yourself anonymously. The Gossipz team has shifted from their open hacker roots to a position of acting as calculating, information architects and planners. The focus for their applications, which provide incognito communication inside existing social networking sites such as Facebook, includes powerful automated community safety tools.
They are poised to disrupt the market of blog management products, and to truly, “Make Blogging Easy For Humans!” This amazing team of technicians has managed to turn out two products while in Incubation. Watch for both unveiling's at [IN]cubes Demo Day.
Google may be interested to see what 2.5 is working on. Having one of the world’s most innovative semantic data intelligence technologies in the world already integrated, the team has turned its planning and funding allocation towards the last phase of development; a user interface that breaks all boundaries ever seen in public information search and discovery. .
Team building is made easy thanks to the development of The Social Media Mastermind, a SaaS subscription app that will give people everything they need to create a profitable social media presence for their business. With over 60,000 Twitter followers, and a strict regiment of pumping iron, Garin Kilpatrick (@GarinKilpatrick) is no man to be messed with.
Jeremy Campbell has been building out spidvid and its community of collaborative video producers, with successful methodology for several years. Now with a solid beta and a subscribed user base of over 3,000 dedicated users, Jeremy has turned his attention to marketing and fostering rapid user base growth, along with a new strategy, branding and revised spidvid tagline; “Making Videos Together.”
The event is sponsored by Air Canada, Porter, Gardiner-Roberts, BDC and Plaza Ventures.
Media, investors and the general public interested in attending the event can contact PR Facilitator Rebecca Zeliger at RebeccaZeliger(at)adenearth(dot)com and 416.925.2336.
[IN]cubes is a Toronto based incubator that sources emerging entrepreneurs and talented start up teams, and graduates qualified businesses with innovative products and ideas towards their first round of capital. [IN]cubes works with the most forward-thinking and grassroots talent with the goals of transforming their new and disruptive technologies into international sensations. For more information, visit http://INcubes.ca.
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