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Vator Splash Spring 2016 cohort ScreenMeet's license the software as a SaaS monthly/annual subscription between $10 and $25/month depending on which platforms the customer requires. The incumbent, desktop web conferencing business is $3bn/year. They believe the mobile market to be even larger as new market segments emerge as screen sharing gets pushed into industries that previously have not been able to participate due to technical difficulties. This includes lawyers, insurance brokers, real estate agents, Direct Sales Teams, etc..
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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Joined Vator onSerial tech entrepreneur. Sold 2 companies to public co's including audio conferencing platform to Citrix Online that powers GoToMeeting. Started company, sold to Citrix at $3mm run-rate and left when business was doing $20mm.