“Supporting the local startup community is a major priority for me and the company. We want to see the Conejo Valley continue to create opportunities for people in our community,” PureSpectrum Founder and CEO Michael McCrary said.
The Startup Weekend program challenges participants to build a company from idea to investor pitch in 48 hours. Entrepreneurs form teams on a Friday based around a concept and work to create a viable business to present the following Sunday. PureSpectrum’s Vice President of Analytics and Data Science Sushma Vasudevan will join the panel as a judge.
“Startup Weekend is a very important part of growing any startup ecosystem and would not be possible without the support of our community,” Community Manager at Hub101 Greg Monterrosa said. “We are very fortunate to have amazing companies like PureSpectrum step up to help us cultivate and nurture new ideas and inspire entrepreneurs.”
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PureSpectrum offers a complete end-to-end market research and insights platform, helping insights professionals make decisions more efficiently, and faster than ever before. Awarded MR Supplier of the Year at the 2021 Marketing Research and Insight Excellence Awards, PureSpectrum is recognized for industry-leading data quality. PureSpectrum developed the respondent-level scoring system, PureScore™, and believes their continued success stems from their talent density and dedication to simplicity and quality.
In the few years since its inception, PureSpectrum has been named one of the Fastest Growing Companies in North America on Deloitte’s Fast 500 since 2020, and ranked for three years in a row on the GRIT Top 50 Most Innovative List and the Inc. 5000 lists.