Mindstamp, Interactive Video Information, Wins Crummer Rollins’ Contest

Melbourne-based Mindstamp, a leading provider of interactive video solutions for the modern enterprise, today announced its first place in the 2021 Crummer Rollins Venture Plan competition.

The host is the Crummer Graduate School of Business in Rollins Collegepromotes the annual competition Florida-based technology, medical, aerospace, and services companies to compete for cash, startup support, and in-kind benefits from over $ 100,000. Mindstamp wins the competition $ 25,000 Grand Prize.

Launched in 2019, Mindstamp simplifies the process for users to create personalized video marketing assets, embed product videos, improve training and onboarding content, and more.

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“The Rollins competition came at just the right time as Mindstamp continues to accelerate its growth. This allowed us to focus on who our customers are and how interactive videos can significantly improve their marketing, sales and training regardless of the industry, ”he said Brett Lindenberg, Founder and CEO of Mindstamp. “We’ll invest that $ 25,000 Grand prize for expanding the provision of the simple, powerful and extremely high quality Mindstamp video platform worldwide. Marketing managers, corporate communications teams, and training organizations can get more value from videos with Mindstamp. “

Launched in 2019, Mindstamp simplifies the process for users to create personalized video marketing assets, embed product videos, improve training and onboarding content, and more. From clickable buttons, hotspots and images to personalized questions and dynamic navigation, Mindstamp transforms existing or new video content into cross-industry value-added goods for companies.

“Interactive video is more interesting, content-related and immediately realizable for viewers. In fact, 24% of companies plan to use interactive video this year simply because it’s more nuanced and impactful, ”said Lindenberg.

Of the 34 past finalists in the Rollins Competition since 2012, 27 remain in business today. Together these companies have generated over $ 55 million increased in revenue $ 36 million in investment capital and currently employ over 374 people.

“Each of these startups has enormous growth potential. We are excited to see how they use the Venture Plan competition as a stepping stone to further success,” said Dr. Pete McAlindon, Executive Director of the Center for Advanced Entrepreneurship at the Crummer Graduate School of Business.

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