We call ourselves , but that was not always the case. As a group, we have been on a startup's journey of launches, betas, pivots, learning to code, and funding rounds
amongst many other things. The journey has brought us to .
We believe in the promise of the hackathon world. They can be fun, productive, addictive, and awesome for building communities and lasting friendships where real value is evident and appreciated. We have watched teams with members from diverse backgrounds, at different points in their lives, come together with the highest hopes for each other and building something they can be proud of--
Where Else Can That Happen?
We started with a CRM idea called . We thought it would change the world. We were also working at a corporate desk job in a cushy 9-5.
We sought funding and branched out on our own. We made lots of new friends, but could not create a prototype.
We were invited to a hackathon and pitched our as suggested by a board member.
We began learning how to code and our first investor became interested.
We were so inspired by the hackathon that instead of pitching CRM, we created a "HackDash" prototype and pitched it at a conference.
We began learning everything we could about . We hacked, organized, mentored, volunteered, consulted etc. This has not stopped (they are addictive).
We had our first product launch (super-super beta) and have been growing ever since!