This year’s edition of TNW Conference in New York is almost good to go. After six months of hard work from the TNW Events team, our speaker lineup is now complete, more than 600 companies are sending over 1,200 delegates to do business, and we’ve handpicked 100 impressive startups to show you how they’re set to disrupt your industry.
The last thing to do was to let our jury and the public decide which of these startups should get to pitch on stage. After 40,000 submissions, our public voting closed on Friday. As of last night, the final say from our Boost jury – Marvin Liao (500 Startups), John Lunn (Braintree Payments), James Wise (Balderton Capital), and our very own Martin Bryant – is also in.
A new era of tech events has begun
We’re back in New York this November for the 4th edition of our growth-focused technology event.
These are the 24 startups that will be pitching on stage on November 18th:
Mammoth lets you create living, editable boards to capture everything around a topic with a browser extension and mobile app.
FireRTC enables you to receive calls and voice mails via your browser with a rich information set about the person who calls you.
GadgetFlow helps you discover the best products of the web with 12 new additions every day.
Xetail have invented Kinsei, an innovative indoor people localisation technology that does not require a person wearing or carrying any type of device or phone.
WePress provides a marketplace that connects professional journalists with publishers.
RefME generates references in Harvard, MLA, APA or any other popular format for free.
Uberchord is an innovative app for learning to play guitar, assisted by unique finger correction feedback technology.
Spotlight Health aids users in making financially sound, quality-driven decisions regarding healthcare.
Multisense is a new combined security interface that brings together face recognition, finger print, GPS location, NFC and voice recognition in one place.
Humongous.io offers a slick out-of-the-box user experience for connecting to your MongoDB database.
Dataiku believes you have the ability to build the data-driven and predictive services that will transform your business for the better, they just provide the tools to make it possible.
Agrishares is an online marketplace for sharing agricultural machinery, equipment and services. Rent or hire agricultural machinery and equipment worldwide.
Homer is a messaging app and keyboard that uses smart information cards, meaning you never have to leave the conversation. Integration with some of the most popular apps available.
Content Creator helps you unleash your creativity to design beautiful social media content with the super easy, step-by-step editor and pre-made templates.
ConnectID removes the hassle of maintaining your address book – since your contacts do it for themselves. Real-time contact information and the ability to swap your details in a second.
Immfly enhances the inflight experience with special content, deals and offers at your destination, just by using Immfly mode on your device.
NAI Solutions bring you the Naipack, a waterproof smartbag with 7-USB ports, WiFi hotspot and GPS chip.
BusinessFellow.com is a comprehensive online presence package for small businesses to optimise their new customer and sales leads acquisition.
BigData Corp. crawls and structures the web so companies can use it for market intelligence, lead generation and fraud, risk or credit analysis.
Zify is a ride-sharing service socially connecting passengers & car-owners travelling in the same direction.
Smardex allows your contacts to instantly update their information directly in your phone.
Instant Magazine is a software that lets you create your online browser-based magazine in just a few hours.
DocuCollab is an innovative document collaboration platform that allows teams to edit & review documents in real time by sections assigned to them.
SimplyBuilt.com is a website builder tool with designed themes and modern device support.
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