Online verification platform Repp raises money to keep us safe online.
Ok it’s not officially Cincy startup week yet, but we’re looking to change that for next year. Our own Everywhere Else Cincinnati conference kicked off the week with two and a half days of 20 minute power talks, keynotes, and panels teaching young entrepreneurs and early stage companies anything and everything from branding to talking
We talk with the team behind Brandery startup Co-Ed Supply.
Drive Capital’s Mark Kvamme calls The Brandery one of the best accelerators outside Silicon Valley.
The three teenagers who quit MIT to found Brandery startup FlightCar are facing a lawsuit from the City Of San Francisco.
Cincinnati’s The Brandery accelerator announces new partnership with the EW Scripps Company and the Scripps Howard Foundation To offer two fellowships this year for journalism/media focused startups.
So back in July when we heard the original idea behind FlightCar I thought this group of teenage ivy league dropouts was absolutely crazy. Their Cincinnati startup Flightcar is a crazy idea. Their simplest pitch, “let someone else rent your car while you’re traveling” seemed a little far fetched. Combine that with the fact that
As we get into the home stretch before the largest startup conference in the U.S., everywhereelse.co The Startup Conference, we continue announcing more and more exciting news. Everywhereelse.co The Startup Conference is happening February 9-12th in downtown Memphis Tennessee and nearly 2000 people have already purchased tickets from all over the United States and around
When we venture away from home (which is quite often), we’re sure that our regular readers know that Cincinnati is one of the thriving startup communities we like to visit. Cincinnati is home to The Brandery, the world’s first startup accelerator devoted to marketing and branding. They’re also home to Cincy Tech, Centrifuse and many
The Brandery, Cincinnati’s branding and marketing tech startup accelerator, held demo day on Wednesday at the Great American Ball Park. They showed off 11 new graduate startups to a packed house of nearly 400. REPP was one of the startups we actually missed on our last trip to Cincinnati at the end of June. What
Boy time flies when you’re in an accelerator, or so says Louisville startup Impulcity CEO Hunter Hammonds. Hammonds leads one of the startups selected for the 2012 class at The Brandery accelerator in Cincinnati. His startup, along with CrowdHall from Salt Lake City UT, are two startups we’ve been tracking their entire way through the
We’ve really liked CrowHall even before we found out they were going to be part of the 2012 class at the Brandery. Their platform is a great way to let celebrities, public figures, politicians, bloggers and micro celebrities respond and interact with their following in a clean, branded manner that’s both organized and archivable. The
We are one week away from seeing the 2012 class at The Brandery accelerator in Cincinnati. The Brandery is a top 10 accelerator and focuses on branding and marketing. They’ve attracted hundreds of applications from across the globe for each of their last three sessions. While The Brandery follows a co-hort accelerator model, as well
The top 15 accelerators in the US has just been published by TechCocktail. They were the official media partner for the startup accelerator ranking project now in it’s second year. The ranking project was spearheaded by Aziz Gilani from DFJ Mercury and executed in partnership with Kristen Kamath a second year MBA candidate at the