VentureSpur announces top 10 Finalists for 2012

VentureSpur has announced its Finalists for 2012. These are the 10 companies that were selected from all applications to participate in the Quick Pitch process with the accelerator, to win a chance to join the first class. I can tell you, there are some very interesting companies in this group! I’ve met with quite a few of these teams, answered their questions, talked business plans with them, and know how much promise and ambition they contain. Looking forward to hearing more for these great teams!

Here’s the VentureSpur post, including the Finalist list and the full press release (PDF).

We’re very pleased to announce our 10 Finalist teams for the 2012 accelerator program.

These teams have been informed of their Finalist award and will be making a quick pitch to our management and investors in the near future.

Our three admissions to the accelerator program for 2012 will be announced on July 6.

A big congratulations to the teams:

Team Leader City Industry
CleanNG Matt Villarreal Stillwater, OK Energy Technology
Dealgy Michael Onaolapo Forth Worth, TX Online Consumer Service
Fresh Surfaces Kellye Kamp Oklahoma City, OK Online Consumer Service
GoldFire Studios James Simpson Oklahoma City, OK Mobile Gaming
idefi Music Brady Deaton Tulsa, OK Online Consumer Service
Kelson Research Group Ken Stoner Oklahoma City, OK Online Business Service
Kwotas Paul Johnson Dallas, TX Online Business Service
MaxQ Saravan Kumar Tulsa, OK Biotechnology
MesoBio Shoaib Shaikh Stillwater, OK Biotechnology
PigeonMe Devan Twyman Oklahoma City, OK Mobile location-based


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