Satisfi Labs offers a conversational AI platform for retailers, sports venues, attractions, and live events. Its answer engine powers chatbots, voice experiences, messaging apps and website forums to provide an answer to all customer questions in real time. We had the chance to connect with Co-Founder and CEO Don White to learn more about the platform, as well as what’s next for the company.
Let’s Dutch is a social marketplace founded in 2014 that allows individuals to share the cost of group experiences with other people they or may not have known previously. The NYC-based company was founded by Vincent Paradiso in 2014, who we had the chance to talk to and learn more about crowdfunding experiences.
FlatWorld’s digital-first platform is not only lowering the cost of textbooks for students, but it is also allowing students to access them on all kinds of devices. The company's Co-CEO Alastair Adam spoke with us about the company, how they have scaled to start including digital teacher’s material, and what their plans are for the future.
Numerated announcing $8M in funding. We connected with Cheryl Kardos, Numerated's SVP of Marketing, to learn more about the company and the round of funding.
Aaptiv is a digital wellness company that provides over 2,500 audio-guided workouts to a community of over 200,000 users. We had the opportunity to speak with Chief Operating Officer Tracy Kim about how the company was founded, as well as what makes this fitness company special.
AppNeta is a SaaS-based application and network performance platform. We connected with Matt Stevens, AppNeta's Chairman, President, & CEO to learn more about the company and their solutions.
ALICE is a hospitality operations platform that allows hotel managers to oversee all operational tasks in real time, streamlining the internal communications process. We sat down with Co-Founder and President Alex Shashou to ask him about how the platform came to be, as well as how they're bringing new vitality to an industry in need of it.
Pillar Technologies is a data and information services company for the construction industry. Kalei Buczek spoke with Founder and CEO Alex Schwarzkopf to learn more about how the company brings awareness and transparency to the construction industry.
Awayr has developed exclusive technology that will assist those working in facilities or organizations that have complicated user interfaces. We spoke with startup Co-Founder Adam Beal to learn about why he started a new company, how the technology works, and what they have planned for the next year. Beal also went into detail how the platform is working with the Air Force.
CHAOSSEARCH has built the first log search and analytics platform built for AWS S3. The company is announcing a $9M Series A funding with is co-led by .406 Ventures and Glasswing Ventures, with participation from existing investor, Stage 1 Ventures.
Fit4D is a digital diabetes coaching solution that transforms the lives of patients by delivering programs through a mix of technology and expert personal coaching. We spoke with Founder and CEO David Weingard about how the company was founded, how the platform works, and the necessity of a diabetes coaching solution.
We connected with Food for All Co-Founder and CEO David Rodriguez to learn more about his foodtech company and what restaurants have already partnered up with them. Since Food for All was a part of the MassChallenge cohort and won HUBWeek’s pitch competition, Rodriguez went into detail on the company’s involvement in both.
goBaby is a marketplace for baby gear rentals, offering traveling families an easy way to rent everything from strollers to car seats and beyond. We had the chance to speak with Founder and CEO Natalie Kaminski for a Q&A about aha moments, how a peer-to-peer baby gear marketplace works, and where the company is going next.
DADA is a social network where people communicate with each other through original drawings they create digitally in the platform. We had the chance to talk with Co-Founder Judy Mam about how the social network came to be, as well as how the blockchain is used to make the founders’ vision for the platform a reality.
We spoke with Randori's founding team Brian Hazzard (CEO) and David “Moose” Wolpoff (CTO) about their extensive cybersecurity backgrounds and how it led them to start their own company. Along with going into detail how their technology works, the two founders also shared how they are setting their company apart from other companies in a relatively crowded and constantly evolving tech sector.