ComicReply was accepted to the Microsoft BizSpark program. Microsoft offers three years of software licences via MSDN and monthly Azure Cloud credits to get started with cloud-deployment infrastructure.
We would like to thank the IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic team and Torys LLP for all the help with ComicReply’s trademark research. The IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic is a needs-based innovation-to-market legal clinic at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.
Umpires Media present the Baseball Rules Explorer at Always On‘s Silicon Valley Innovation Summit. While ComicReply is designed for running creative contests, the admin panel can also be used for other purposes, this is one of those cases. Umpires Media provides video sports rules explanations. Ever watched a sports game… read more →
Giant Step completed development of the ComicReply Localization Module and R&D project with support from the National Research Council (NRC) Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP). In this project we added several key features to the platform: Coverage Areas – ability to lock a contest to specific geographic areas, whether… read more →
Completed ComicReply UX enhancements with George Brown College / Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) Voucher for E-Business (VEB) Program In the beginning we spent a lot of effort on the contest management modules and core contest app, but there are still many more UX bells and whistles to add to… read more →
ComicReply completed the CMF A3P at the York Entrepreneurial Development Institute, Schulich Executive Education Centre The Accelerator Partnership Pilot Program (A3P) is a Canada Media Fund program that provides some additional funding to companies that are already developing a product through the Experimental Stream. The goal of the program is… read more →