Wilmington, Delaware (PRWEB) July 17, 2012
Kunvay launched the first-of-its-kind cloud-based end-to-end copyright and intellectual property (IP) transfer solution at the International Startup Festival 2012. The company is one of just 14 startups chosen to travel on the exclusive DOer Express bus from New York City to the festival in the historic Old Port of Montreal sponsored by Twilio, SendGrid and Microsoft Bizspark.
Events kicked-off on Wednesday, July 11th, when Kunvay presented its pitch to DOer Express guests including Sean Ludwig of VentureBeat, Sumit Shukla of Microsoft Bizspark, and Marissa Jones of Windows Azure. The three-day International Startup Festival ran from July 11, 2012, through July 13, 2012.
“We’re thrilled to announce the launch of Kunvay to an engaged audience of industry influencers and veterans, creative and forward thinkers, experienced entrepreneurs and technologists,” explained Reggie Solomon, Founder of Kunvay. “Kunvay is well-poised to dramatically change the legal landscape within creative fields, making copyright and intellectual property transfer easier and more cost-efficient than ever before.”
Kunvay is a cloud-based solution that facilitates the transfer of intellectual property (IP) ownership. The company serves buyers of creative work, creatives, and freelancers worldwide including artists, designers, writers, and photographers. With Kunvay, buyers of creative work avoid potential legal claims and costly litigation.
Kunvay, where creativity changes hands, is a web-based solution that facilitates the transfer of copyright intellectual property (IP) ownership. The company serves two distinct audiences, buyers of creative work and creative professionals. Through its proprietary, automated solution, Kunvay is able to provide superior legal protection at a lower cost while helping customers avoid the costly pitfalls of template legal contracts.