Evan Dobos
by Evan Dobos in Press Video

A Follow Up with reSET

After CivicLift won the Social Enterprise Challenge, the folks at reSET stopped by for a follow up.

The folks at reSET stopped by for a follow up on our winning the Community Impact Challenge, a $10,000 prize of unrestricted capital. Where did it go? Mostly to software development.

I would really like to say that it is initiatives like reSET that are a true catalyst for entrepreneurship in Connecticut. I took CivicLift through their 15 week accelerator course and it expedited so much the time it would have taken otherwise just to get off the ground. I've established relationships with mentors, found an amazing law firm (Murtha Cullina), and countless of other connections that still have an impact on the business today.

Not only that, but they've recently upgraded their space to an amazing location in Hartford that fosters co-working, innovation, entrepreneurship, and growth.

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Evan Dobos

Evan Dobos

I started CivicLift because the communities I love – and the reasons why I love them – were impossible to discover online. Since my background is in web design and digital marketing, it bothered me to think about the missed visibility for the local businesses and events. After launching a few prototypes and witnessing the impact, CivicLift stole my heart and my team and I grew the idea into full scale software.