“Care about something enough to do something about it.”
~Richard Branson, Virgin Inc (Christensen 235).
Have a great day!
I’m currently sitting in New York City this morning overlooking the beautiful skyline after an incredible conference where Tufts Alumni founders, managers, and CEO’s had the chance to meet and greet aspiring Tufts entrepreneurs.
Our Tufts group took the bus to the Core Club in downtown Manhattan, where we learned business ins and outs – everything from patenting an innovation with Goodwin Proctor, to releasing a MVP with Frank Rimalovski, to marketing strategies with the VP of Sales from Level Up!
Cheers to Tufts and to the future of the entrepreneurial programs at our university. The event was such an extraordinary 2 day conference (and the food was so good) that we would like to host another networking and learning session similar to its caliber in Boston.
Contact @autismsees @dfeerst if you are interested in supporting the Entrepreneurial network at Tufts.
We are proud to announce our win in the competition at Tufts and will be moving forward with Development. AutismSees, LLC will be looking to hire software developers in the coming months. Please reach out to our team at AutismSees@gmail.com and stay involved. Thanks to those who have been key in our success so far!
CEO & Founder
PS. Better pictures to come from the competition…
Here’s a video where Alix talks about iPresentWell and her thoughts about it. Enjoy!
AutismSees will soon be a new site encompassing PresentWell –> a new name for the site you are on now. We are looking forward to moving websites and will update you soon!
Thanks for your support this year. Progress on iPresentWell: we are working with Apple now to go ahead and have our app reviewed and put up on iTunes. This typically can take 10-21 days. In the meantime we are distributing the beta on Testflight.
Further, we are also working on refining our business model and pitch for the Tufts Social 100K new ventures competition, as well as establishing AutismSees as a legal entity this week. Please feel free to contact us with our new gmail account:
Danielle.Feerst and DevikaP
If you all can make it to the competition – the event is April 7th! See you there.
Danielle, Devika, Catherine
Some of you may be receiving this email from AutismSees for the first time – we have added you to the blog on our website in order to keep in touch with you regarding iPresentWell.
Thanks for all the support at the 2014 Autism Speaks Investment Conference. Devika Patel and I were honored to have been invited to pitch our app, and we both learned so much.
We will be putting iPresentWell up on iTunes with a private link for beta testing next week.
Looking forward to staying connected to this amazing community of caring people!
WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT AutismSees IS A FINALIST OUT OF 6 FOR THE TUFTS 100 K New Ventures Competition Social Track
The competition will take place on Monday April 7th at Tufts University!
If you can come see us pitch on April 7th we would appreciate the support! Thanks to everyone who has helped us get going so far!
Danielle Feerst – Founder
AutismSees has been selected to pitch our product in the 2014 Autism Speaks Investment Conference PitchJam for tech development in the Autism community.
Devika and I look forward to attending the conference in San Francisco March 4th-7th. We also will be attending an entrepreneurial bootcamp at Google’s campus. Please wish us luck! Potential funding and team development opportunities await for our beta of iPresentWell, which will be released on the 27th.
Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone!
“Success is learning how to solve a customer’s problem. Success is not delivering a feature.” ~Mark Cook
AutismSees is proud to announce that our beta of iPresentWell will be available for FREE download on Feb 27th, 2014. We will encourage all of you to please download the app on iTunes and give us feedback for redesign and testing purposes.
Our team has had a lot of help and interest from various sources. One close friend, Alix Generous, a neuroscience researcher and woman with Aspergers Syndrome, has been helping our team with market research – Please take a look at her inspiring TEDx talk on being a woman leader with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Thanks Alix for being a positive role model in today’s society !