BOULDER, Colo.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Boomtown Accelerator, which nurtures selected startups through a 12-week mentoring program, today announced their Fall 2016 teams that will take the Boulder Theater stage this evening at 6 p.m. to present their companies at Demo Day.
“During each session, I am in awe at both the innovation and unbelievable hard work every team demonstrates throughout the program”
This fall’s Boomtown cohort includes seven startups working to address a wide variety of business demands through innovation. Through participation in Boomtown’s demanding and thorough accelerator program, these startups were able to gain access to the tools they need most in the early stages.
In an effort to reach out and help foster innovation at an earlier stage, Boomtown selected two student teams not involved in the current cohort to experience presenting at Demo Day. Teams from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business and the University of Colorado at Boulder will present alongside the current Boomtown graduates.
“During each session, I am in awe at both the innovation and unbelievable hard work every team demonstrates throughout the program,” said Toby Krout, co-founder and executive director of Boomtown. “We are immensely proud of all seven companies and are pleased to add the student teams to the presentations and look forward to seeing what they’ve been developing.”
Demo Day allows companies to present their ideas to potential investors, strategic partners and the general public. The Boomtown companies being showcased include the six cohort teams and one team, Grownetics, who has participated in Boomtown’s connectivity lab:
- IndiCard: A community of hospitality employees that helps them save money on food and drinks around the country for being in the industry.
- Predictive ReCognition: Deep learning and visualizations to help the neighborhood hospital save $20 million+ in fees, costs and penalties associated with value-based care.
- WorkTrip: Provides the mobile tools to track and record tax deductions for business travelers.
- Meer: Uses Facebook's data to personalize travel packages based on the budget provided.
- Wellness Intel: Helps people make intelligent health decisions.
- Alef Omega: This is math for the right side of the brain. The app turns equations into tangible things that you can explore and play with without first having to know the rules.
- Grownetics: The future of agricultural artificial intelligence. By combining big data and machine learning optimization algorithms, Grownetics helps growers reduce costs, decrease energy usage, and increase overall quality and yield.
The invited student teams presenting are:
- Riviter: Traveling from the University of Chicago, Riveter gives retailers the ability to turn intent into a sale. Riviter's powerfully precise visual search algorithm helps retailers eliminate lost sales from stockouts and irrelevant product suggestions while increasing revenue by suggesting products that deliver on what the customer is looking for without IT integration or private customer data.
- Qualify: The brainchild of two CU students, Qualify gamifies college mobile dating by requiring successful quiz completion before gaining access to view someone’s profile.
Based in Boulder, Colo., Boomtown aims to discover and support promising Internet, mobile, software, Internet of Things (IoT) and Healthtech startups. Boomtown is currently in its seventh tech and second Healthtech classes and has graduated more than 50 companies since its founding in 2013. For more information, visit www.boomtownaccelerator.com.