Minnesota Cup’s High Tech Finalists Announced

Minnesota Cup’s High Tech Finalists Announced

Contestants are one step closer to winning a “record” prize amount.

The Minnesota Cup announced three finalists for the high tech division of the entrepreneurial competition.

The three finalists are:

  • Astropad: A software company that turns an Apple iPad into a graphic design power tool
  • Kipsu: A software company that facilitates interactions between hospitality services and guests in hotels and other settings.
  • Prevent Biometrics: A company with products such as a mouthguard that can detect concussion-causing hits in athletes and alert medical staff for examination.

The Minnesota Cup is a statewide competition for entrepreneurs in a range of categories, including high tech, life sciences, students, social and food and beverage. This year, the competition will give away a “record” $327,000 in prizes.

The winner of the competition across all categories will be announced September 9.

Note: Twin Cities Business partners with the Minnesota Cup to provide media coverage. You can see all of our 2014 coverage here.