Get Entertained by Tech in Motion’s Drinks and Demos!
Our Entertainment Tech Drinks and Demos will be held on the private third floor of Ladder 15 (http://www.ladder15philly.com/) on Thursday, January 30th. There will be lots of food, and free drink tickets for the first 60 arrivals. Multi-platform video and music network, Music Choice (http://www.musicchoice.com/), interactive sports television platform, Fancheer Interactive (http://www.fancheerinteractive.com/), social network, MeetMe (http://www.meetme.com/), and social publishing tool, Socialie (http://socialie.com/), will all be set up at booths throughout the space. In between networking and noshing with Tech in Motion and local techies, you'll be able to stroll over to these innovative companies and test drive their newest-products. Their founders and developers will be on hand to answer any business or technical questions you might have.
We're also very proud to announce our first Charity Spotlight partnership with Rock to the Future (http://rocktothefuturephilly.org/). They'll be there to talk about their amazing initiative and how you might be able to get involved!
We hope to see you all there!
Music Choice (http://www.musicchoice.com/) | @MusicChoice (https://twitter.com/MusicChoice)
Music Choice, the multi-platform video and music network, delivers its music programming to millions of consumers nationwide through their televisions, online and mobile devices. Music Choice programs dozens of uninterrupted music channels; produces originals that feature today’s hottest established and emerging artists; offers thousands of music videos; and launched Music Choice Play, the music video, lifestyle and entertainment network for Millennials. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MusicChoice
FanCheer Interactive (http://www.fancheerinteractive.com/) | @GoFanCheer (https://twitter.com/GoFanCheer)
FanCheer is an interactive sports television platform that is like the "video game" for televised, live-sports entertainment. FanCheer - quite literally - gives fans a voice. Using our proprietary technologies & their smartphone, we make fans an integral part of the game. Fans compete against each other in real-time, game-relevant competitions for rewards & prizes. To the fans we say, "Think your team is better? Be HEARD!"
FanCheer enables college and pro sports franchises to "Reach... Beyond the Venue"TM to capture additional revenue by monetizing their fans watching the game on television.
FanCheer launched its initial pilot in June during the NBA finals, and is currently in public beta for select college basketball games as we prepare for a major roll-out during March Madness©.
Socialie (http://socialie.com/) | @Socialie (https://twitter.com/socialie)
Socialie is a social publishing tool that helps companies leverage the people behind their brands by creating a connected network of their social accounts and allowing them to easily send suggested content to members of their network via SMS. Ultimately, the platform helps you manage and leverage your non-owned social media marketing strategy and drive your brand message to wider audiences.
In addition to the platform, the company also offers creative services to various sports and entertainment brands, including the UFC, Dana White, Epic Records and LA Reid. They develop big ideas and creative strategies to help reach business goals while identifying opportunities to leverage social media effectively across the entire business.
MeetMe, Inc. (http://www.meetme.com/) | @MeetMe (https://twitter.com/MeetMe)
MeetMe® is the leading social network for meeting new people in the US and the public market leader for social discovery (NYSE MKT: MEET).
MeetMe makes meeting new people fun through social games and apps, monetized by both advertising and virtual currency. With 60% of traffic coming from mobile, MeetMe is fast becoming the social gathering place for the mobile generation.
Rock to the Future (http://rocktothefuturephilly.org/) | @Rock2Future (https://twitter.com/Rock2Future)
Rock to the Future, a 501c3 nonprofit organization located in North Philadelphia, provides free music education to underserved Philadelphia youth. Using contemporary music and electric instruments, their programs ignite passion and creativity, support academic achievement, and improve self-esteem. Started in 2010 by Jessica Craft, a young professional who previously worked for a prestigious investment firm in Philadelphia, Rock to the Future now serves over 300 youth each year through an afterschool program, Summer camp, weekend workshops, and in-school MobileMusic workshops. RocktotheFuturePhilly.org