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Crime scene cleanup service, app for animating online titles featured at 1 Million Cups

New Business Pitch: Spaulding Decon

Justin Kufahl is the first franchisee of a service aimed at cleaning up after deaths, crime scenes, hoarding and meth labs.
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Justin Kufahl is the first franchisee of a service aimed at cleaning up after deaths, crime scenes, hoarding and meth labs.

The owner of a service for cleaning up crime scenes and meth houses and the owner of a new app for animating titles in business social media pitched their visions at Wednesday’s 1 Million Cups ICT event.

1 Million Cups ICT is a weekly gathering designed to aid entrepreneurs by making contacts in the community and getting advice. It meets from 9 to 10 a.m. on Wednesdays. Next week’s event will be at Wichita State University’s Old Town offices, 238 N. Mead.

Here are the latest presenters.

Justin Kufahl is the first franchisee of a service aimed at cleaning up after deaths, crime scenes, hoarding and meth labs.

 

Spaulding Decon

Owner: Justin Kufahl

Pitch: Kufahl owns the first franchise of a company that specializes in cleaning up homes after a death or crime, hoarding, mold or when it has been closed as a meth production lab.

Status: Kufahl has worked with a woman who started the company and is starting a version of it here.

Need: Customers

Contact: spauldingdecon.com/wichita

Justin McClure has developed a free mobile app to create short animated titles for businesses. He presented Wednesday at 1 Million Cups.

 

Title Farm

Founder: Justin McClure

Pitch: Title Farm is a free mobile app that allows companies to animate their titles online, giving them more impact.

Status: McClure has the app ready to go for Apple and is close to having it ready for Android. He is developing a business around the free app.

Need: Wants people to try it out.

Contact: titlefarm.com

Next week

The next 1 Million Cups ICT will feature Equisset and Reverie Coffee Roasters.

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