On a mind-numbingly cold Friday morning, we headed down to one of Melbourne’s hottest co-working spaces Inspire9 in Richmond to have a chat to the all of the Angel Cube crew.
Every friday morning the teams practise and refine their pitches – during which we were lucky enough to sit in, watch and ask questions. For those not familiar with Angel Cube, it’s a 13 week incubator program where teams are given mentorship, early seed capital, and a host of other benefits in the hope of securing early funding at the end of the program.
…and between you and me, I don’t think these teams will have too much of an issue in that department.
So let’s meet these crazy kids:
Online custom tailored clothing for men
Online portfolio for app developers
Giveable (formally known as Giftless)
An online resource that understands a person’s interests to helps to provide you with gift recommendations
Online platform that allows gyms to schedule and cover classes…simply!
They turn a brand’s Facebook page into an interactive video.
There are so many awesome startups and local entrepreneurs in Melbourne that would be PERFECT for Angel Cube – so if you’re just starting out, have an early ‘beta’ product or service or even if think your business needs some extra support, do one thing…clickity clack on this link http://www.angelcube.com/
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