Please vote for Jamshed’s startup! Give them 5 stars!

Dear all,

Jamshed Dubash’s start-up, Petari, has entered a competition in Boston called MassChallenge Accelerator Program –  Its a good opportunity for them to help move their company to the next phase.  There is the potential for winning some money for the start-up but it’s more the contacts and the visibility they hope to get from this experience.
As part of the judging/selection process – 90% is based on the application (Jamshed’s work) and 10% (Your participation) is based on external votes.  If you do have a few minutes, Jamshed would appreciate if you could follow the process below and giving them your vote.   (It involves putting in your email address and selecting “observer”, and you will get an email sent to you instantly with a link and password. Through that link you can log in and then find his company, Petari, then click on the 5th star to rate and give them 5 stars.)


How to Vote

You, the public, are encouraged to vote on (rate) startups that have applied to the MassChallenge Accelerator Program!

You may vote on (rate) any number of startups, but only once for any given startup.

To vote on a startup follow these simple steps:

  1. Entrepreneurs already registered for MassChallenge 2012 can skip to step 4 below.
  2. Public voters can register here – enter your email address and select “Observer” as your mode of engagement.
  3. Click on the link in the email you receive to log in to the MassChallenge web site.
  4. Browse the list of 2012 Entrants.
  5. Find Startups you would like to vote on (rate) and view their Startup Profiles.
  6. Place your vote, giving the Startup a 1 to 5 star rating, by clicking on the stars.


The last day to cast votes is May 2, 2012.

Homi D Gandhi

PS: Jamshed Dubash is the past president of ZAGBA

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