Techstars Boston Fall 2014 Class
The fall Techstars Boston program includes five hardware and seven software companies that range from bringing cellular connectivity to the next billion people in the developing world, to sparking a new generation of innovation in data science through a machine learning platform.
Welcome New Managing Director, Semyon Dukach
“It's a fantastic class: passionate, motivated, and willing to go the distance to help each other succeed. I feel very fortunate to have been able to step into this mature program and recruit such awesome founders.”
CoolChip is a privately held company founded in 2010 to commercialize an innovative air-moving paradigm using patented and patent-pending Kinetic Cooling technologies for electronics cooling.
Their patent-pending technologies modernize forced convection and offer high-performance, energy-efficient, cost-effective cooling in a smaller, quieter, lighter form factor than traditional fan and heat sink solutions.
EdTrips is an online platform for educators to explore, plan and manage school trips for students. Whether planning travel around the corner or around the world, educators collaborate with other educators and travel providers to design unique experiences and curriculum for their students.
Fairwaves develops disruptive open-source mobile network equipment and software to bring cell phone service to the next billion people.
Helloblock‘s API simplifies accepting online payments through Bitcoin.
Indico seeks to integrate a world-class expertise in state-of-the-art technologies for Machine Learning and Data Science with extensive user-oriented design to turn abstract data science concepts into concrete products that help people in their day-to-day lives.
Using patent pending algorithm, Splashscore identifies influential consumers who already engage their friends around topics relevant to your brand, and activate them to deliver powerful branded content on Facebook and Twitter.