When: Wednesday October 7th 2015 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Trebble is web and mobile platform for sharing and listening to music. The platform allows users to listen to music by tuning in to trebbles. Trebbles are similar to playlists: trebble owners can add any song from a 30-million songs catalog to their trebble and optionally give it a â€śgradingâ€ť. Songs added to a trebble will play according to their given grade, their popularity and trendiness, and will match each individual listeners. The platform gives the power to Djs, music bloggers, artists and any music lovers to have a single destination where people around the world can tune in on tap and listen to music recommended by them at any time.
We will be demo’ing our web app for buying and selling home-cooked meals. The one liner is “Greenplate.co is an online marketplace of home-cooked meals”.
Project-1 offers data-driven solutions that help athletes, coaches and teams gain better insights into the game. Project-1 will demo Advanced Digital Performance Solution (ADPS), a fully automated, wearable system that isnâ€™t intrusive to the equipment, game or athlete. Our high speed technology (ADPS) enables a rapid frame-rate that captures more data per second to capture fine movements and improve training assessment. Our software package also provides clients with the most commonly used tables, graphs and alerts to ensure performance tracking in a team environment is done in an easily digestible format.
…more demos to be announced next week!
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Kirk Simpson – Co-founder and CEO of Wave
Kirk (@tksimpson) launched Wave in November 2010 with co-founder James Lochrie, and as CEO has since led the company to becoming one of Canadaâ€™s most significant startups, with recognition from Deloitte, CIX, TechCrunch, Techvibes and many more. Under Kirkâ€™s leadership, Wave has reached more than 1.3 million registered users, raised over $35 million in venture funding from top VCs in Silicon Valley, Boston and Toronto, and grown to a company of 70 team members. As a previous entrepreneur, Kirk had experienced the pain of back-office tasks like accounting, which he set to solving by creating Wave. Kirkâ€™s earlier ventures, both in online technologies, include a pre-YouTube streaming video service for high-end adventure events around the world, and an online community for outdoor adventure enthusiasts, which he sold to an outdoors magazine in 2010.