Artifox (St. Louis): A free-form design team dedicated to reinventing the way we use everyday items.
BetaVersity (St. Louis): They offer physical creativity labs and proprietary collaborative software for universities and high schools to enable students to apply their skills with hands-on prototyping.
Blue Line Security Solutions (Missouri): They built facial recognition software that provides an affordable option for schools, businesses, and law enforcement to be able to recognize a threat.
Cast (Missouri): A mobile app that allows publishers and consumers to create public or private polls and observe response data in real time.
CoMo Medical (Columbia, Missouri): A startup company that targets pharmaceutical aerosol applications.
Dabble (California): Their online platform lets people explore a marketplace for classes and develop their interests in a low-commitment way.
Ephecom (Boston): They offer users hyper-targeted discounts on products, but with only 60 seconds to decide whether to buy or pass.
FreightGrid (Missouri): Their platform automates the manual processes when it comes to shipping freight.
Greetabl (St. Louis): A greeting card that quickly folds into a gift box allowing you to wrap gifts with a personal message.
Hyde (Milwaukee): A sporting equipment manufacturer responsible for the creation of the Wingman, an inflation vest for paddlers, surfers, and triathletes.
Jolt (Massachusetts): They make wearable head impact sensors for youth athletes.
Less Annoying CRM (California): A customer relationship manager designed specifically for the small business market.
LIFEPACK (Valle del Cauca, Colombia): They produce plates made of natural fibers and seeds that can germinate – they’re 100 percent biodegradable.
Made for Freedom (St. Louis): A retail brand and global force for good that operates via e-commerce and retail venues.
MeterGenius (Illinois): A free website that provides tools and incentives for homeowners to save money on their electricity bill.
Prattle Analytics (Boston): Their proprietary textual analysis methods provide innovative financial data solutions.
Tallyfy (London, England): They convert processes into checklists, making them user-friendly and trackable in real-time.
Tuloko (Minnesota): They curate business information on minority and women owned businesses to help connect consumers, large corporations, government, agencies, and educational institutions with underutilized businesses.
Wondermento (London, England): A full-service technology company that develops, designs, and manufactures apps and connected hardware devices.