We heard from Daniel Sarfati of Applango, Dick O’Hare of Local Yokel Media, John Ventura of Cashpath, Ned Gannon of eBrevia, and Ray Leavitt of Evolux. The master of ceremonies for the evening was Janis Collins, the Stamford Innovation Center’s Entrepreneur in residence.
For the first time, we handed out awards to show how much we appreciated the tenacity of some of the entrepreneurs in our community!
- The John Mackie Brown Award for the hardest working startup leader went to Ned Gannon of eBrevia
- The Abraham Davenport Light a Candle award for the most fearless leader of a startup went to Dick O’Hare of Local Yokel Media.
We hope that you all had a great time at the event, and that we will see you next year for more pitches!
For more information on the event and how it went, check out the articles written about it:
- Fairfield County Business Journal: Startup Pitches Welcome in Stamford
- Stamford Daily Voice: Stamford Innovation Center Honors Leaders From Business Startups
Check out photos from the event, taken by our Events Manager Sarah Robinson: