Savannah-area innovators and founders pitched their new products and concepts to the broader community and a panel of judges at the Bootcamp Demo Day, a shark tank style competition April 21. Winners in each category received cash prizes, design and marketing services, as well as community exposure and feedback. The Fast Pitch also featured a demo day and pitches from graduates of the ATDC Startup Bootcamp.
The bootcamp graduate winner is Malcolm Howard (pictured), co-founder of ProjectMQ, a video game discovery platform. The startup, which is currently in beta testing with a waiting list of 1,200 people, won a cash prize of $5,000 from the Savannah Economic Development Authority.
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