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30-Second Pitch: GeoBrand

Thursday, March 7th 2013
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Summary:

In this 30-second pitch, GeoBrand describes how it creates branded maps that visualize complex transportation solutions for customers.

Business: GeoBrand

 
Number of employees: 3
 
Owner/Lead executive: John Espinoza, CEO
 
Contact
Green Street Ads, Inc. 
2400 Lincoln Avenue, 
Altadena CA, 91001, 
(626) 229-0665
Twitter:  @GS1worldJohn
 
Customer Target: Geospatial Technology Users, Logistics, Supply Chain Industry, Marketing and Sales Professionals
 
Pitch: GeoBrand is a web-based GIS application for logistics companies, creating branded maps that visualize complex transportation solutions to customers. GeoBrand allows companies to create infographic maps with corporate-branded colors, custom company icons to denote asset locations, directional vectors for processes and explanatory text on-top of GIS maps.
 
Why we are different: GeoBrand’s innovative mapping application allows any company to create maps that demonstrate complex locations based processes, assets and solutions. The infographic maps (see below; click for larger image) reflect a company’s brand, resulting in a unique data visualization and marketing tool.
 
Recent Accomplishment: GeoBrand, an emerging lean start-up, has grown to over 120 users in the logistics industry and has released its newest tools with increased functionality.
 
 

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