Tech start-up networking site Vator.tv may be getting its content into college classrooms.
Vator.tv has signed a deal with ProQuest, a company that creates microfilm presentations for educational institutions. ProQuest will send out some of Vator.tv’s interviews with entrepreneurs to various universities around America. The interviews focus on starting and managing online businesses and handling the accompanying funding concerns.
Vator.tv describes itself as an “emerging tech company social network.” Today, for example, the front page features an interview with Xobni CEO Matt Brazina. The site aims to help tech start-ups get in touch with investors and become more visible in the public eye through an open ranking system of company profiles.