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Review of Mobicure Integrated Solutions Ltd by Barbara Harley Thu, 2019-01-10 17:46

Use this section to ask for additional notes, comments, questions, or clarifications from the competition entrant. Are there future uses for the app for the involved customers? Are there plans for expanding to other topics and/or other social issues? In its present form it has a healthy scale of customers; but this is not sustainable as the teenage and young adult population of Nigeria becomes more sophisticated.

Review of QRNetworks by Barbara Harley Thu, 2019-01-10 17:28

Use this section to ask for additional notes, comments, questions, or clarifications from the competition entrant. This application could be very helpful in various developing economies where the privacy of medical records is not rigorous. It might also be usable even in the U.S. if security is maintained from hospital/clinic and patient. Since so much of the records can be downloaded via the Internet. There are rural areas where QR approach would be helpful.

Review of Mobile Ultrasonic Surgical Instrument for Civil-military Medicine by Barbara Harley Thu, 2019-01-10 14:30

Use this section to ask for additional notes, comments, questions, or clarifications from the competition entrant. Is there Intellectual Property Protection? Are there plans to sell directly to military surgeries and to WHO or other medical NGOs? to Foundations making grants in the health care/medical fields (Gates Foundation, International Development Bank, Doctors Without Borders, etc.)?

Review of Corporación LEC by Lonsdale Koester Thu, 2019-01-10 14:28

Two notes: the pitch video is terrific, the best one I've seen in all the applications I've reviewed. Well done. Second: the delivery of tutoring services in person in student homes was very surprising, and seemed a safety risk to me, especially if the students are children or teens - you should be prepared to answer questions about how student (and tutor) safety. How do companies like Uber or AirBNB protect the safety of both service providers and customers?

Review of Inexpensive Multi-Color LED Otoscope by David Takeyama Thu, 2019-01-10 14:14

Innovative idea for development of a low cost otoscope. Applicant has a prototype and has provided some evidence that the innovation is at least technically possible. Applicant claims that the technology has been patented - should provide information on the patent number. Applicant should start to consider a business strategy and consider looking at teaming with other partners, licensing, manufacturing, and other exit strategies in the event that technical breakthroughs are made.