Check out Lichtenstein's presentation on stage and the judges' feedback
Vator Splash Spring 2016 cohort The History Project's Freemium platform is releasing a premium offering in late Q2 that will enable additional back-up of content, with auto-updating of files as well as a few unique curation features and access to archival content that helps enrich your history project.
Among the judges were Wes Selke (Partner, Better Ventures ), Paul Willard (Partner, Subtraction Capital), Mark Goldstein (Managing Partner, Efficient Capacity), Keval Desai (Investor, Interwest) and Ben Ling (Partner, Khosla Ventures)
Thanks to our amazing top-tier Splash Spring 2016 sponsors: KPMG, Javelin Venture Partners, SAP Startup Focus Program, Bread and Butter, Kapor Center for Social Impact, Lyft, Avison Young, Tubemogul, Wendel Rosen and Dictionary.com.
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The History Project (THP) is changing the way our history is captured and told by re-inventing a new form of digital time capsule. As a pinterest of emotional belongings, THP has created a space between social media and cloud storage to unify our most important memories and curate them beautifully into collaborative multi-media narratives that transcend generations. We are the opposite of snapchat and recognize that as digital content explodes there needs to be a place where the most meanigful things can be preserved forever, richly and beautifully.
Joined Vator onAn experience design professional and optimist, doing good things for real people. Co-Founder at The History Project (THP). Previously worked at AKQA, Gilt Groupe, PoachIt, STEADY, and NYU. Studied at Tufts and New York University, ITP.