BLOOMINGTON - Bloomington's B-Start pre-accelerator program has announced its Demo Day winners. The pitch competition involved nine student-led tech startups from Indiana University and Ivy Tech Community College.

Critique, a peer feedback and review tool for the education industry, took the top prize. Second place went to TrickLab, an online martial arts instructional platform and marketplace. Beatmatch, an instrumental marketplace for producers and recording artists, took third place.

All of the B-Start graduates received a $500 stipend. The top three winners received $2,500, $1,500 and $500 respective to continue developing their businesses.

Demo Day concluded the inaugural session of B-Start, which is organized by the Bloomington Economic Development Corp. The next session will begin in the fall.