Minnesota’s perennial business plan & venture competition is one step closer to crowning a champion in this years highly competitive high tech division.
In June, the Minnesota Cup announced the 10 semifinalists vying for a share of some $327k in cumulative cash and cred up for grabs. Since then, each division has been narrowed down to three finalists that will yield one victor in each come September.
Judges, teams, and tech supporters gathered tonight at the Minneapolis law office of Gray Plant Mooty to hear the news and celebrate the achievements of these three high tech finalists:
Astropad turns the iPad into a graphics tablet and get the best of Photoshop + Apple.
Kipsu makes it easy and efficient for hotels to provide every guest a personalized experience.
Prevent Biometrics has developed patented technology that detects concussion causing impacts.