Trailblazer Tasmanian finalists pitch for $15k

Mad props go to one of our Launceston Startup Tasmania Chapter organisers James Riggall from the HitLab and his co-pilot, UTAS education PhD Damon Thomas for their win in the student category of the Trailblazer pitching final at UTAS.


James and Damon came up with an ingenious product idea for a educational gaming platform for primary aged kids that nailed the x-factor in terms of what was missing from current technology offerings.



Given the stage of development it is at, we can’t tell you much more than that about the genius of the idea.


What we can tell you is that Startup Tas founders were instrumental in the value proposition strip down and tyre change in the creation of the pitch, and assisting the boys to get their message right for the judges, and their path to market as simple as possible.


They are now winging their way to sunny Queensland to fight it out with Australia’s best new innovator. We bet they will win!


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