IMG_1444-Coffee-open-for-blog-300x225At Open Coffee on Monday, Stacy Griggs, CEO of El Toro, will introduce us to Nick Mattingly and Jimmy Burns of Louisville video-technology startup SwitcherStudio. They’ll give a demo of their new iOS application that can help transform video production by allowing content creators to have access to enterprise-level tools at an affordable cost.

You may know Nick Mattingly as a founder of SilverSunn, the guys who make the audio/video tech work each month at Venture Connectors. He’s also part of Switcher Studio, a new platform that lets users live-stream video from up to four mobile devices, while keeping everything in synch and switching among sources. Features that previously were available only on expensive video hardware can now be used on a phone or a tablet.

At Open Coffee you can meet the founders and get a tour of the features of this innovative platform, and you can visit to learn more and register for notifications about the official launch.

Join us at 8 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 8, at iHub, and thanks again to Heine Bros for the coffee, and to Nucleus for letting us use their iHub facility.

#OpenCoffeeLou is Monday at 8 a.m.
iHub, 204 S. Floyd St., Louisville
Free parking in the lot next to the building
Twitter: @startupLou #opencoffeelou

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