Jordan J Holzmann has recently been awarded a place on the Founder Institute Perth Autumn 2015 program on the back of a sponsorship from startup studio Atomic Sky.
Jordan’s startup, Cruxcee, was born out of the Intensify scholarship program at Spacecubed. Andy Lamb, startup mentor at Atomic Sky, has been mentoring Jordan for the past few months. Cruxcee quickly began to build momentum and Andy decided he would be a perfect fit the Atomic Sky sponsorship of a place on Founder Institute Autumn 2015 program.
“We would have loved for Cruxcee to be on the Fusion Founder program but the timing and time commitment of Founder Institute was a better fit overall for Jordan. It’s important that startup programs work together in Perth to build the success of startups in the ecosystem.”– Andy Lamb, Startup Mentor at Atomic Sky
“Andy has been a great mentor and friend. I’m very thankful for his guidance and belief in Cruxcee, which has been demonstrated by this sponsorship by Atomic Sky. Founder Institute’s program is straight out of Silicon Valley and boasts an 87% startup success rate. I’m looking forward to working with the 25+ mentors and having Cruxcee tested by this rigorous program.”– Jordan J Holzmann, Founder & CEO at Cruxcee
Cruxcee is a web-based e-procurement platform that focuses on social procurement. It is a simple yet efficient online application where organisations, of any nature or size, may procure goods and services from a diverse network of professional social enterprises with ease.