Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Contact: Spencer Davis, Charon Flowers Maple

Email: spencer.davis@designummediagroup.com

Email: Charon.flowersmaple@designummediagroup.com

Date: 04/05/2017

 

LOCAL STARTUP TECH COMPANY SELECTED TO ATTEND ALPHA TRACK AT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

 

Local Tech Company is selected into the Collision Tech Conference Alpha Startup program hosted by the New Orleans Convention Center – May 2 – 4 (three day event)

The Collision Conference is “America’s fastest growing tech conference” created by the team behind Web Summit. In four years, Collision has grown to 20,000 attendees from more than 100 countries. Attendees include CEOs from both the world’s fastest growing startups and the world’s largest companies such as Facebook, Microsoft, Forbes and Amazon alongside leading investors and media.

Designum has been selected into the Alpha Program that is designated for early stage start-up companies. As part of the program, Designum and other selected start-ups will:

  • Receive an exhibitor stand at the event to show their services and network with attendees and possibly collaborators.
  • Have an opportunity to access Investor Office Hours, Mentor Hours, Startup University, Startup Workshops and Startup Round tables.
  • Be exposed as a startup on a truly global platform

Designum Media Group – started in December 2016.  They are a minority owned, New Orleans based, Mobile app Development Company. They have built mobile apps for schools and local businesses.  Designum also has developed its own platform for other businesses to build their own mobile apps.  This platform does not require the users to be familiar with coding.  This simple but powerful user-interface allows each user to create custom mobile apps from scratch or use one of the many available beautiful mobile templates.  In addition, the program is cross-functional; this will enable the users to design on both Android and iOS platforms.

To learn more visit www.desigummediagroup.com

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