16 Diverse and Creative Startups Showcased at Tech Cocktail San Francisco Tonight
May 30, 2012
Leave it to San Francisco, the undisputed ground zero of the tech and startup worlds, to offer up a highly diverse and creative group of startups for our Tech Cocktail San Francisco mixer tonight. From an app that makes it easy to host programming competitions to a platform that hooks your company up with top local restaurants, chefs, caterers, and food trucks who will deliver lunch, you will be meeting some very cool startups.
map2app: a web platform that allows anyone to easily create and publish native mobile travel guides for iPhone, iPad and Android.
Sqoot: powers local deals with an API that helps publishers and developers make money and keep users happy.
CodeEval: platform for hosting programming challenges and competitions.
YouEye: videos of real people using any website lets you collect rapid, invaluable feedback on how people experience your website.
BetterDoctor: web and mobile apps that help you find a good quality doctor in minutes – think OpenTable for doctors.
BookingMarkets: provide custom niche accommodations websites quickly and affordably.
ZeroCater: the easiest way to feed your office – enjoy food delivered from the best local restaurants, chefs, caterers, and food trucks.
U Grok It: tag your belongings with lightweight tags; if you can’t find something, a beep will lead you to your stuff.
Glomper: a reinvented mobile calendar tha tlets you know what your Facebook friends are up to tonight.
Drippler: the ultimate information source for mobile users.
Wedding Snap: smartphone apps that automatically collect all your wedding photos in one place.
Mention: monitor the media, your brands, competitors and anything you care about in real-time on all your devices for free.
WhosHere: the first and only location-based social discovery app giving users ways to connect with people near them.
GrabFan: the world’s first social mobile fan-to-fan sports prediction network.
Vilynx: simplifies the way you manage and share personal videos.
JobScout: a web and mobile platform that uses game design to teach and reinforce digital literacy skills.