Player's Guides for Public Golf Courses

Wrong club again? Know your distances? This junior golfer has set out to create high-quality Yardage Books for public golfers that is very similar to what the pro's get to use every week, for just a few bucks. The Player's Guides will include yardages to all key locations on each hole as well as slopes of the putting greens. As a bonus, there will be a short, illustrated rules guide in the back of each book for a quick reminder of the most frequently encountered (but poorly understood) rules. Did you know there are up to 6 or 7 options when you hit a ball into the water? This project involves the design, sales, and manufacturing of books. This year's goal is up to 15 courses before winter is upon us. Next year, the goal is to do 20 more. Support is needed for advancing our business through better drawing software, laser/GPS measuring devices, and slope measuring devices in order to create the highest quality product possible.

Greetale - Sending Love Has Never Been This Easy

Greetale is the greeting card company of the future. It’s the 2016 way of sending greeting cards. We make it easier, cheaper, and faster to send greeting cards with your own handwriting inside them right from your phone. Write what you want on a piece of paper, take a picture of it in the app, and the app will place your handwriting in the card and send your card physically for only 3 bucks!

List and rent photographic & AV kit in your city.

KitMapper is the first UK Peer-to-Peer rental website dedicated to the creative community which allows creatives to hire photographic, audio-visual and studio equipment. Renting kit from professional rental houses has been an integral resource for many creatives looking to borrow expensive or niche equipment for a shoot. Loaning to a stranger can be daunting which is why KitMapper provides a fully verified and safe platform, wherein both the Lister and the Renter are covered by the KitMapper Gaurantee should kit be subject to an incident. The company was founded in November 2015 by artist and curator David Charlesworth. The KitMapper founder struggled to find a strong network within the creative community to rent from and share kit with. Professional photography, AV and studio equipment is very expensive. Buying kit doesn’t work out cost effective if it is required for a short time or for a one-off project; KitMapper a kit sharing community became the perfect solution.