BDN reports on UMaine students winning pitch competition

The Bangor Daily News reported on University of Maine students Tyler Delargy and Anthony Caccese, final round of the 2021–22 Big Gig season, a competition in which Maine entrepreneurs pitch their early-stage business or product ideas to a panel of judges and an audience of business professionals and innovators. The two founded Real Time Reality, an online service that gives users a secure and private identity management tool. Delargy said he and Caccese will use the $5,000 Big Gig prize to pay a summer intern and purchase necessary equipment to grow their business.