LaunchParty Vancouver 6

Rob Lewis and the team at TechVibes is doing a great job. They picked up on LaunchParty Vancouver 6 happening on February 26 at the Steamworks Brewing Company. The LaunchParty web site is powered by Danny Robinson’s Strutta, who happens to be a partner in Bootup Labs with my good friend Boris Mann.

LaunchParty Vancouver 6 (LPV6) startups will be posting 2 minute videos and the audience gets to vote on the startup “most likely to succeed”. Brilliant. TechVibes also provides a handy profile of each of the companies.

 

Handi MobilityCompany:
Handi Mobility
Website:
http://www.handimobility.ca/
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Coming soon… [more]

 

HearWhereCompany:
HearWhere
Website:
http://www.hearwhere.com
Location:
Whistler, British Columbia, Canada

HearWhere is a search engine helping you find live music playing all over the world. With more than one million shows from over one million… [more]

 

3rd WhaleCompany:
3rd Whale
Website:
http://www.3rdwhale.com/
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

3rdWhale.com is a digital media company focused on providing tools, resources and innovative projects that help individuals the world over live a… [more]

 

Showbert.comCompany:
Showbert.com
Website:
http://www.showbert.com
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Showbert.com is a user-driven Social Network community and communication platform specifically designed for the television (TV) enthusiast. It is a… [more]

 

TimeCam.TVCompany:
TimeCam.TV
Website:
http://www.timecam.tv
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Webcams just got an upgrade. TimeCam.TV is a service that creates an online time lapse from any Internet camera or webcam. It is the easiest way to… [more]

 

 

Company:

Rilli
Website:
http://rilli.com/
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Rilli is a map-based online and mobile event creation tool for social people, doing real things, in the real world. [more]

It begs the question when is the next DemoCamp. Leila has been pushing on finding a venue. It has been too long and we’re going to correct this for FY2009, look for an announcement with DemoCamp details in the next few days.

4 thoughts on “LaunchParty Vancouver 6”

  1. Thanks, David. I agree, Rob, and the Techvibes crew are kicking ass in 2009 so far. I'd still like to explore a cross country LP at some point, but not sure how / when that might happen. I've &quot;paused&quot; DemoCamp here, which is really a very different beast than LPV. The main website is actually <a href="http://launchpartyhq.com&quot; target="_blank"><a href="http://launchpartyhq.com</a&gt;." target="_blank"><a href="http://launchpartyhq.com</a&gt;.</a>" target="_blank">http://launchpartyhq.com</a&gt;.</a></a> Since the last one, we're doing startup judging using Strutta. There is the people's choice, but then we also get a variety of judges from the entrepreneur and venture community to select a judge's pick. See <a href="http://lpv5.launchpartyhq.com&quot; target="_blank"><a href="http://lpv5.launchpartyhq.com</a>&quot; target="_blank"><a href="http://lpv5.launchpartyhq.com</a></a>&quot; target="_blank">http://lpv5.launchpartyhq.com</a></a></a&gt; for the last one.

  2. Thanks, David. I agree, Rob, and the Techvibes crew are kicking ass in 2009 so far.

    I'd still like to explore a cross country LP at some point, but not sure how / when that might happen. I've "paused" DemoCamp here, which is really a very different beast than LPV.

    The main website is actually

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