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TernPro set to launch first product platform, Slope

Online media startup TernPro is gearing up for the release of its first software product, Slope.

The software platform specializes in video creation so everyday people can produce videos and track the public's interaction with them. That way they can store all of their photos, graphics, and videos and have them available to create online content.

"Think of it like a Dropbox for media content," says Brian Bosche, co-founder & CEO of TernPro.

Bosche is a member of the inaugural class of Venture for America, a two-year program that pairs talented college grads with startups in economically challenged cities like Detroit. He lives in a house on Virginia Park that he and other VFA fellows purchased at the Wayne County tax foreclosure auction and are renovating into a home for future fellows.

Bosche's VFA job consisted of working with the leadership team at Bizdom in downtown Detroit, helping many of the startups in the incubator tell their stories through short videos. Bosche and fellow VFAer Dan Bloom parlayed that experience into TernPro, a full-service video production company serving the tech scene in downtown Detroit.

Slope is its first principal product, and it's set to launch into private Beta next week. TernPro's team of six people is aiming for a public launch later this summer.

"We have over 200 signups now," Bosche says. "We have 20 companies lined up for that in our private Beta."

Source: Brian Bosche, co-founder & CEO of TernPro
Writer: Jon Zemke
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