Karl had some great insight into a variety of the tech topics proposed by USA TODAY. The hour-long discussion is well worth your time, and you can listen to it in full below.
When you bring your idea to Rootstrap, that’s what you’re leaving with. An end-to-end plan of execution on your product that you can put in front of investors. Products that have passed through Rootstrap have gone on to raise millions, and FanBread is a prime example.
Factual partnered with Glia to come up with a search and discovery app that would help consumers find businesses that…
It was less than a month ago that news giant TechCrunch did a great write-up on a product that found success after going through the Rootstrap process. You can get that story over at the Neon Roots main site in the blog “TechCrunch Talks To Karl House About Veteran Rootstrap Startup Fanbread.” Well, Fanbread isn’t the only one getting some attention from the site. The Glia app is getting some love, too.
We can make the claims we make about the Rootstrap process because we have the success stories to back it up. Our goal is to give your mobile app the very best chance in the marketplace, and we do that through an intensive two-week vetting and development process. We like to judge ourselves on the apps that have passed through Rootstrap and it’s easy to hold up Beautiq as a prime example.