It’s always a pleasure to see our early-stage startup exhibitors succeed in what they do. Especially when we have 50 more awesome companies lined up for TNW USA on December 10, ready to show you what they’ve each been working on.
Today, nifty email inbox cleanup service Unroll.me was acquired by Slice, the online purchase and delivery tracking company (read all about the acquisition). As alumnus of The Next Web USA Conference 2013, Unroll.me has now achieved what many of this year’s early-stage Boost participants are currently aspiring to.
With the conference just around the corner, public voting for Boost Demos – our onstage pitching competition – will open in just 2 days. The result of the pubic vote will determine which of our 50 startups will get to pitch onstage at the New York conference to an expert jury, including Natt Garun (Commissioning Editor at The Next Web), Adriaan Trouwee (Creative Innovator & Strategist, WeTransfer) and Marvin Liao (Partner at 500 Startups).
Don’t forget to vote on Wednesday, November 26. Until then, take a look at the remaining half a dozen startups that will be taking part in this year’s Boost program, co-hosted by WeTransfer.
Tweet pitch: The urLeaving app finds you free parking spots at the tap of a button, lets you collect points & redeem them for cool perks.
Tweet pitch: Pheebo is the best way to discover and share videos with your friends. Watch on your iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. Android coming soon!
Tweet pitch: Lionsharp builds VOICEBOARD, The world’s first voice and gesture controlled presentation tool. Minority Report style PowerPoint on steroids with Siri.
The ANT Works
Tweet pitch: The ANT Works are revolutionizing technology intelligence, big data patent analytics and visualizations for global tech companies.
Tweet pitch: Trimaps turns any image into an interactive mobile map! From ski resorts to festival maps and more, Trimaps brings all of these custom maps to your mobile!
Tweet pitch: YouRoam is a mobile app that lets you make & receive calls on your cell phone number anywhere in the world over WiFi or 3G –without paying for roaming.
Tweet pitch: RosterBot takes the work out of play in more than 60 countries, for teams playing more than 350 different types of sports and activities.
Tweet pitch: TEEMEO helps you to find quickly the information you need at work by sorting all your cloud data in one place.