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MuckerLab Presents Second Demo Day on January 16th - 10 Startups to Pitch their Products and Services to Prospective Investors
Startup Accelerator MuckerLab Provides Firms with Funding, Office Space, and Critical Access to Both Mentors and Potential Investors
By: PR Newswire
Jan. 16, 2013 09:45 AM
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MuckerLab, a startup accelerator focused on seed-stage Internet software, services and media ventures in the Los Angeles market, today announced it will hold its annual Demo Day event on January 16th, 2013.
Demo Day is the culmination of MuckerLab's three-month program where its 10 current portfolio companies are provided funding, office space, collaboration opportunities with other startups, and access to an experienced mentor network of investors, executives and entrepreneurs. Demo Day offers the companies a chance to present their businesses, and the market opportunities they are pursuing, to prospective investors, as well and announce their value propositions publicly to the press.
Startups presenting their businesses at MuckerLab's Winter Class Demo Day include:
"Our first Demo Day last April was a great event that provided our portfolio companies with the opportunity to share their businesses with several hundred investors, press and thought leaders in this industry," said MuckerLab Co-Founder Erik Rannala. "Our second Demo Day showcases an equally diverse set of businesses, including several that are driving the evolution of the online video space. Los Angeles continues to produce a large number of high-quality, disruptive startups, and is solidifying its position as one of the most active startup ecosystems in the world.
For more information about the companies participating in the 2013 MuckerLab Demo Day, visit www.muckerlab.com/companies/
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