The Program

TechStars Blog

14th June 2012

Demo Day for TechStars NYC’s Spring 2012 Program

photo credit: David Tisch, Managing Director


Personal Blogs

Ben Rossen: Reflections Before Demo Day
Diego Zambrano: Thoughts on Leaving TechStars and a New Round of Financing
Jay Lee Hsien: Demo Day
Luke Hristou: An Incredible Experience and a New Journey
Reece Pacheco: A Note to Tomorrow’s TechStars Presenters

Press

Ad Age: Five New TechStars Startups Marketers and Media Should Know
Betabeat: Liveblogging TechStars Demo Day
Betabeat: Everything You Want to Know About The Spring 2012 Class of TechStars for Demo Day [Slideshow]
Business Insider: My Favorite Thing About TechStars NYC Demo Day
GigaOM: TechStars NYC 2012: 7 Startups to Watch
PandoDaily: Here Are Some Companies [TechStars NY Demo Day]
SF Gate: TechStars Demo Day, Meet the 13 Most Highly Anticipated Startups in New York
TechCrunch: The Full Run-Down on All 13 Startups at TechStars NYC Demo Day 2012
Tech Cocktail: How the TechStars NYC Startups Have Evolved in 3 Months
The Next Web: TechStars Demo Day, Meet the 13 Young Startups Presenting Today in New York
VentureBeat: TechStars NYC’s Spring 2012 Demo Day: From interactive movies, to the death of bookkeeping.
XConomy: TechStars NYC Spring Class Demos Their Ideas for Investors 


The Pitches

Smallknot
You can eat local. You can shop local. With Smallknot, you can Invest Local.
TechCrunch: Smallknot Helps You Invest in Local Businesses 

Moveline
Moveline is here to look a massive, antiquated, paper-based industry in the eye, and tell it that its day has come.
TechCrunch: By Keeping It All Online, Moveline Helps Out Big-Time During Your Next Move

Rewind
Creating the digital history of your life.
TechCrunch: Rewind.Me Lets You Explore Your Digital History, Then Rewards You For It 

Bondsy
Bondsy is a social network for sharing, selling and bartering with friends.
TechCrunch: Bondsy Is a Social Network for Friendly Transactions and Trades

Marquee
The future of content at Marquee is beautiful, open and profitable.
TechCrunch: Marquee Makes Any Publisher Look Like a Page Layout Expert

Classtivity
Finding a Class Shouldn’t be Harder than Taking One.
TechCrunch: Classtivity Makes Sure Finding a Class Isn’t More Difficult Than Taking One

Wander
Life happens at places.
The Next Web: Wander unveils its invite-only beta as a beautiful new way to share and experience the world
TechCrunch: Wander is a More Beautiful Yelp for All the Places

ConditionOne
There was HD, then 3D and now ConditionOne.
TechCrunch: Professional Photographer Creates ConditionOne, a 180-Degree Video Player for iPad, iPhone 

Poptip
Nothing changes without feedback.
All things D: It’s Time to See TechStars’ Newest Start-Up Crop. Pay Attention to Poptip
TechCrunch: Poptip Offers Real-Time Twitter Poll Result Tracking, Hashtags and Correct Spelling Not Required

10Sheet
Humans no longer need to do bookkeeping, 10sheet built the technology to do it instead.
TechCrunch: 10Sheet Will Cut the Bookkeeper Out of Your Financial Equation

Pickie
Pickie is bringing content and social proof to eCommerce.
TechCrunch: Pickie is a Personalized Shopping Magazine Based on Your Friends’ Social Mentions

Lua
1.3 billion people are going to be considered part of the mobile workforce and no one is ready to serve them.
TechCrunch: Lua Organizes Any Mobile Workforce with (Duh!) a Mobile App 

Karma
Telecom finally has a ghost buster: Karma, a simple and honest provider. Register and get their 4G hotspot soon.
TechCrunch: Give Some To Get Some: Karma Makes Your HotSpot Connectivity Social
The Verge: Karma, a 4G provider that rewards users for sharing their data plan with strangers


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