TechStars NYC, competitive and accelerator mentorship program, held their demo day yesterday to demonstrate the platforms and technology that they created. According to Xconomy, David Tisch, managing director of TechStars NYC, cited that this year’s class was chosen from the biggest applicant pool yet, 1,600 startups.
The program launched in the city 18 months ago and has since had three demo days. This year’s event was held at Webster Hall, and had an audience of about 700 investors, entrepreneurs, and startup watchers. This spring class for TechStars also had the largest amount of female founders yet, with five total and four of them as CEO.
The startups at the demo displayed a variety of technology and ideas. Here’s a breakdown of some of the startups that debuted:
- C1 (Condition One)- The company develops a software that can display panoramic video, even from cameras without panoramic ability.
- SmallKnot- A platform where users can invest in neighborhood business in exchange for incentives from those companies.
- Classtivity- Website that allows user to search for classes nearby in activities like fitness, yoga, and tennis, and karate.
- Rewind.Me- Aggregates users past check ins to create an anonymous record that brands and marketers can use to create and offer special deals to customers.
- Marquee- Content publishing that allows users o dry and drop photos and video without messing with HTML code.
- 10Sheet- Gets rid of the hassle of paperwork by automating bookkeeping. Uploads photos of receipts and bank statements.