ScreenBox – Digital Signage Systems


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Ed: Great idea, another one of those highly focused solutions which does just one thing well for a targeted audience, you just couldn’t build or manage this yourself for a fraction of the cost.

Startup Name 

ScreenBox

What problem are you solving? Digital Signage systems are complex and expensive. ScreenBox makes it much easier to create a Digital Signage network for your business using consumer hardware (such as Chromecast or Apple TV). The 3 step process takes 2 minutes to setup.
What is your solution? WithScreenBox you can display and control videos, pictures, PDF presentations and HTML files automatically across multiple screens.Screenbox supportsa wide range of media players like GoogleChromecast and Apple TV as well as the major Smart TV brands like Samsung and LG.You can even use it to display content on your PC or Mac. Unlike most digital signage systems, ScreenBox does not require any custom hardware in order to run.
Why is this a great opportunity? ScreenBox is a simple mobile app that helps you turn any screen into a digital sign using your Dropbox account.
Target Market Small and medium-sized enterprise owners (SMEs in the UK), Small-to-Medium Business owners (SMBs in the US), marketing and communications teams, internal IT teams, interior designers and shop / office fitters, Dropbox users, brand /marketing content creators
How will you make money? Subscriptions, Advertisement
Founders Names Mark McDermott
Website http://www.screenbox.io/
What type of funding has the company received Bootstrapped/self funded

 

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