5 Boost startups doing clever things with data

5 Boost startups doing clever things with data

The third edition of TNW Conference USA is coming up this November, and we’re once again looking for fresh startups for Boost, our growth-focused program for early-stage startups. We’re only inviting the cream of the crop to join us in New York City, and our team has been holding interviews with hundreds of companies to finalize our selection.

There’s still time to apply, but be quick – there are only 100 spots in total and we’ve already accepted more than 50 companies. If you’re successful you startup will join companies like the five listed below, who are turning data into valuable insights that can power the world’s digital endeavours.

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credithqCreditHQ
From: United Kingdom

CreditHQ helps businesses make the right decisions based on financial insights. Providing payment and credit indicators for companies, it’s a valuable resource for startups.


kya

KYA – Know Your Audience
From: United States

KYA integrates with WordPress to make tracking your audience easy. With actionable insights you’ll be able to increase engagement and better understand the people you reach.


Beyond Sports
From: The Netherlands

Beyond Sports is a virtual reality simulation that creates soccer training based on real-world match data. This way it’s possible to gain insights, experience and improve methods by using VR.


dataiku

Dataiku
From: United States

Dataiku helps professionals turn raw data in predictions and get real value from the data they’re pulling in. Increase productivity by collaborating in an open platform, ensuring full control over your data.


bigdatacorp

BigData Corp.
From: Brazil

BigData Corp. crawls and structures the web so companies can use it for market intelligence, lead generation and fraud, risk or credit analysis.

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