In a room filled with investors, startups, educators and more, two software founders stood center stage under the spotlight and pitched their company for a chance to win $30,000 and become the 2015 Venture Madness champion.
CampusLogic, a software company aiming to reduce the arduous process of applying for college financial aid, and EndoVantage, a med tech company who developed a surgery simulation platform, made it down from the original 64 startups to the final round. CampusLogic ultimately took the win and plans to use the cash to build out their mobile platform.
AZ Tech Beat was there capturing all the moments, pitches and fun from the 3-day event. Watch our wrap up video of the event and Scoresby’s reaction to the win.