For the record, Steve Tannahill did not get his first tattoo when he was drunk, on a bet, or due to a dare. And unlike many others who ink in haste and laser at leisure, he didn’t regret his first tattoo … much. But for millions of others who do, Tannahill started Tattoo Hero.
Editor’s Pick “We want to completely crush today’s model of journalism,” co-founder and CEO Martin Roldan told me last night.
Editor’s Pick “That last mile is a real bitch,” Rintoul added. “Only Amazon has really nailed it.”
“I do think that we have stepped it up significantly,” FounderFuel general manager Ian Jeffery told me yesterday. “In this cohort are some of the most mature companies we’ve ever had. All nine are fantastic, but some have real revenues already, over a million downloads, and upwards of 30,000 active users.”
Nine startups from Montréal, Québec accelerator FounderFuel’s recent graduates are coming to Silicon Valley.
Editor’s Pick You’ve got five minutes — the most important five minutes of your life. Everything comes down to this.
“We connect things to the cloud — anything that normally wouldn’t communicate,” ReelyActive chief executive Jeffrey Dungen told me today. “But the small companies that have looked at RFID are totally disenfranchised … they go looking for a solution for maybe 100 or 200 RFIC tags, and simply can’t buy one.”
OpenTable and GrubHub own the app-based food ordering space, right? So how does a small startup break into the market?
I’m in Montreal, Quebec, for FounderFuel’s demo day today. Quebec is known as la belle province in Canada, and investors as well as founders are hoping to see both beautiful pitches and beautiful startups today.