On February 15th, a Request for Proposals will be presented to developers for three smart gigabit applications. These apps will be created over the next several months with competitive compensation, with at least $40,000 available funded in part by $20,000 from US Ignite.
This Reverse Pitch event is an opportunity for professional developers to hear more details about the background and framework for these applications while enjoying beer and hors d'oeuvres with the pitchers--EPB and the Chattanooga Library--and program sponsors. The detailed RFPs will be released February 8th and will be available on the CO.LAB website with a contact for questions.
All those who are considering submitting a proposal are strongly encouraged to attend this event.
Free Admission, please reserve a ticket!
Sponsors and partners of Reverse Pitch include US Ignite, The Enterprise Center, CO.LAB, EPB, Chattanooga Public Library and Mozilla.