Undaground, an artist-powered streaming application offering live and on-demand shows, won the overall best idea tonight at this year's "Will It Float?" competition among new business ventures.
The 24/7 streaming service proposed by David Casteneda was voted the best idea by judges at the startup pitch competition tonight at the Chattanooga Choo Choo's Revelry Room.
Southside Strings, a musical instrument maker using 3-D modeling founded by David Dunn, was judged the best music idea.
CPR Lifewrap, a plastic CPR support product pitched by Felician Jackson, was picked as the best general business among the startups vying for investor and community support tonight.
The winners were selected by a panel of judges from 10 businesses that pitched their plans to more than 100 persons gathered for the event, which is organized by the Company Lab and supported by a variety of local businesses and foundations.