Thursday, February 25, 2010

14ninetytwo demo days - details

After months of hard work Mylee and MobileXpeditions are ready to show their products off to the Central Ohio Tech Community. Both companies are participants in the 14ninetytwo program. 14ninetytwo is a Central Ohio early stage technology incubator focused on providing startups with the tools needed to build sustainable and profitable businesses.

See new innovative product demonstrations from these 14ninetytwo funded companies along with a panel to discuss lessons learned and future plans for both businesses.

For more information, follow this link to the registration page at TechColumbus.

Willie Neumann, moderator and sponsor
Mark Gilicinski, Founder MobileXpeditions
Tracy Warner Appian, Founder Mylee

Panel participants:
Rajiv Ramnath Director of Practice, C.E.T.I.

Dave Bull Senior Partner ShiftGlobal

Company Description:


Mylee is Making Your Life Easier Everyday by offering the ultimate electronic calendar uniquely suited to the needs of busy families. With Mylee you can add, edit and view events online or via your cell phone or PDA – and conveniently display your calendar wherever your family congregates most.

Mylee combines the features and functionality of an online calendar with the accessibility and effectiveness of a traditional wall calendar to create a complete organization solution. Not only does Mylee effectively coordinate family members’ appointments and events, but can also manage schedules for other activities such as dinner menus, household chores, and home maintenance. Mylee makes it easy to create task and grocery lists that can be viewed remotely or sent via email or text, right from the office or supermarket. And only Mylee helps you get directions and seamlessly incorporate travel time into your daily agenda.

Mylee makes life easier!

  • Saves time – less time managing activities means more quality time for the family
  • Lowers stress and reduces frustration – reduces double-booking or missed appointments
  • Shares responsibility – enables spouse and kids keep track of tasks and activities too, not just mom
  • Creates order – Puts you back in control of your family, your life

Short Bio

Mylee is founded and privately owned by Tracy Warner Appiah. Appiah has a BS from Cornell University, a graduate degree from University of N. Carolina at Chapel Hill, and an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. In addition to a strong educational background, Appiah has over 15 years of strategic planning and marketing experience – both in retail (catalog/web) and financial services. Most importantly, Appiah is a working wife and mother of two small children, with first-hand experience of juggling schedules for multiple members of a busy family.


MobileXpeditions is a revolutionary platform which allows venues and brands to create media-rich, interactive, location-based experiences for the iPhone platform at a fraction of what it would cost to develop a custom application from scratch. More than simple informational software, MobileXpeditions can help create guided tours and scavenger hunt games which actively engage visitors, promote repeat traffic, generate brand awareness, and increase customer satisfaction.

Short Bio:

Mark Gilicinski has twenty years of software development and technical support experience and is the founder of MobileXpeditions, LLC. He spent over 12 years with The Walt Disney Company, including technology leadership roles for their Feature Animation division where he contributed to over ten films. After Disney, Mr. Gilicinski relocated to Columbus, Ohio to work for AOL. There he headed the Low Cost Member Services team supporting over one million members across multiple brands. Most recently Mark was head of Product Management at a local software firm developing integrated business productivity applications. Mark began his career as a computer analyst for the Department of Defense. He has a BS in Computer Science from The Ohio State University and an MBA from the University of Florida

For more information, follow this link to the registration page at TechColumbus.


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