Founders Stories: Two Business Models. Two Award-winning Mobile Apps.
Friday, February 5, 2016
1 PM (ET)
Gain insight into the challenges of launching a mobile app from two entrepreneurs who followed different paths to being named a 2015 Mobileys winner.
CureSearch CancerCare, developed by a non-profit foundation and funded by private contributions, strengthens the connection between patient and care team. Hear about the launch of their app and the important lessons they learned about building and maintaining a health app.
FoodShare, developed by college students, donates a meal to someone in need each time a user dines at one of their partnered restaurants. Hear how they pivoted from their initial idea, the challenges they faced along the way, and their recommendations for fellow entrepreneurs.
Christine Bork, Chief Development and Communications Officer, CureSearch for Children’s Cancer
Andrew Glantz, Founder, FoodShare and junior at Washington University in St. Louis
Diane Smith, Rural Entrepreneur, Investor, Attorney, Author and Mobile Future advisor
About The Mobileys
The Mobileys honor entrepreneurs who inspire and make a difference through mobile innovation. This annual national competition produced by Mobile Future recognizes and supports wireless apps, services and products that make the world a better place. Information on the 2016 Mobileys competition will be available this spring. To receive information on the call for entries, please contact Mark Rebholz at firstname.lastname@example.org.