Alert Labs wins $100,000 at Communitech Rev Demo Day

by Alert Labs November 22, 2016

Alert Labs wins $100,000 at Communitech Rev Demo Day

As highlighted in Communitech News

George Tsintzouras, President and co-founder of Alert Labs, and Ruth Casselman, the company’s Vice-President and co-founder (shown above with members of the Communitech Rev team), accepted the $100,000 Rev winner’s prize, which was donated by Deloitte and Google.

“We’re super thrilled [by the win],” said Tsintzouras. “We worked very hard over the six months of the program, as did the others. This is a select group of over-achieving, high-performing startups that we’re among. We love the Rev program and everything it’s done for us. It helped us get to the next stage."

“But winning this doesn’t change the amount of work we have ahead of us. We’re very humbled by the mountain we’re climbing.”

Other Rev companies on stage were Chalk, LiveGauge, Pitstop, reebee and LMN.





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