Is More Than A Chic Startup is one of the startup companies that is being documented in a film by called The Startup. The Startup is a four-chapter video documentary with interactives on a young tech startup trying to make it in New York City. The crew has been following HomeField for the past four months as they develop and grow their web-based video application for sports teams.

The unique part about HomeField is that it is run by former college lacrosse players Joe Yevoli (UVA,Cuse), Nick Romeo (Villanova), Reece Pacheco (Brown), and Dan Spinosa(Brown). HomeField is a tool for players, coaches, and teams to access film easily. Once film has been uploaded online, a team can send and receive film from other teams at the click of a button instead of dealing with grueling shipping.

Here is the brief intro to the documentary. It states that in 2008 95 seed and early stage startups could be found in New York City. In 2009, that number shot up to 150.

The Startup: Four Entrepreneurs Battle the Odds in Gotham from Vadim Lavrusik on Vimeo.

And here is a video to get a better idea of what HomeField does exactly.

Take a look at the interactive timeline of TeamHomeField here after you click “Continue.”

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