One-hundred long days full of presentations, meetings with mentors and practicing investor pitches is all done.
The first-ever StartFast Venture Accelerator concluded Thursday morning with its Demo Day.
"Saying it was all hard would be an understatement," said Timothy Beckford, a founder of PadProof, a program to help professional photographers sell their pictures more easily. "It was a tremendous undertaking. We worked like crazy."
Nine companies entered StartFast back in May, but only eight made it through. The teams were given seed money, workspace and access to dozens of mentors.