“We received over 100 applications for our summer internship positions, created thousands of questions and predictions, and gained hundreds of Facebook fans in a month's time.”
Syracuse, NY (PRWEB) August 08, 2012
PsyQic™, an iOS application that allows users to share predictions on various topics and get rewarded for correct guesses, will show its alpha version at Syracuse Student Sandbox Demo Day in Syracuse, N.Y. on Aug. 15. Hosted by the Syracuse Student Sandbox, the conference will showcase the business development of 25 student teams of entrepreneurs.
PsyQic will join other Syracuse Student Sandbox student businesses to demonstrate entrepreneurial projects that were developed and deployed this summer. Starting on “Demo Day,” exclusive invitations to alpha testing will be sent to those who signed up through their website.
“The synergy among our fellow student entrepreneurs and support from local professionals makes the Syracuse Student Sandbox one of the best student incubators in the nation,” said Keisuke Inoue, founder, president, and lead developer, PsyQic, Inc.
“We have received so much support from the Sandbox, Syracuse University, and many entrepreneurs and professors in the area,” said Inoue. “We received over 100 applications for our summer internship positions, created thousands of questions and predictions, and gained hundreds of Facebook fans in a month's time.”
The “Demo Day” conference will take place in the lobby of AXA Tower I in Syracuse, N.Y. on Aug. 15 beginning at 4:00 p.m. There will also be a tradeshow at 6:00 p.m. in the Student Sandbox, located in the Syracuse Technology Garden.
About PsyQic, Inc.
PsyQic, Inc. is an iOS application that allows users to share predictions on various topics (sports, politics, business, science/tech, entertainment, and gossip) and get rewarded for correct guesses. Founded in April of this year, PsyQic™; has received early recognition.
Among the awards PsyQic has received are the Goldberg Prize In Technology and Innovation at Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management's 2012 Panasci Business Plan Competition, Second Prize at the New York State Business Plan Competition, and Syracuse University's RvD IDEA Award.
Source: PsyQic, Inc.