Four local startups chosen for UofL’s free RevIt program

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    LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Forcht Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Louisville College of Business and startup consultant/ecosystem builder Lisa Bajorinas announce the startups chosen for the fourth annual RevIt – Accelerating Customer Growth program.

    Over two sessions every February, Revlt engages volunteer marketing experts from the community to provide free, tailored marketing advice for early-stage companies in the Louisville region. Participation is highly competitive.

    The four companies are:

    “Entrepreneurs are experts in creating products that have the potential to solve real problems,” said Mary Tapolsky, assistant director of external programs at the Forcht Center. “Knowing who their target market is and the best way to reach them is critical for a company’s success, and our experts help give RevIt companies the marketing know-how they need to grow more quickly.”

    Revlt program alumni include Autymate, Crypto Consulting Group, EZ-Chow, FreshFry, Handle, Liz and Roo, MobileServe, Regulation and Revenue, Stinger Equipment, Switcher Studio, TriBlue Corporation, Vivorté and Wicked Sheets.

    “With each new year of this program, we see continuing success,” said Lisa Bajorinas. “There is value in investing in our local startups and helping ensure they continue to grow their businesses.”

    Applications for the 2021 RevIt program will open mid-November 2020.

    For more information, contact Baylee Pulliam, (859) 619-4087.

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