Tech Wildcatters, the Dallas-based B2B startup accelerator, just announced open registration for its summer demo day event. The 2012 class consists of 10 companies touching industries from sports to social media to ordering pizza, and everywhere in between.
The pitch day event will involve each company giving a 5-minute presentation about their product/service in front of hundreds of investors at the Magnolia Theater in Uptown Dallas.
“Last year’s event was standing room only,” says Tech Wildcatters program manager Stewart Youngblood. “We fully expect to completely sell out again, so investors and interested parties, you better get your tickets now!”
This year’s crop of companies includes:
- Attico.us: An online identity management system.
- Credii: A system to help businesses find software and services.
- DailySportsDeal.com: The “most powerful” ecommerce platform in the sports industry.
- Motivation Science: A platform to connect consumer health applications with company wellness programs.
- Nommunity: An online community to find restaurants, recipes, and articles for people on restricted diets.
- OrderMapper: A mobile ecommerce platform.
- PolicyPulse: A platform to share civic agendas and increase public participation in local politics.
- Qwiqq: A merchant ecommerce platform that allows stores to simultaneously share offers and information across social networks.
- Socialyzer: A next-generation social marketing platform that combines real-time social media optimization with deep psychographic insights. [Editor’s note: Guest author Bradley Joyce is the founder of Socialyzer.]
- YooLotto: A mobile app to notify lottery players of drawing results.
Accredited investors and corporate development folks can register for a free ticket to the event here.
Guest author Bradley Joyce is a serial entrepreneur addicted to the startup grind. He is the founder of Velocis, a software design & development agency, as well as Socialyzer, a predictive social analytics platform. Bradley is also the founder of LAUNCH DFW, a non-profit dedicated to supporting and promoting tech entrepreneurship in the Dallas – Fort Worth metroplex. When he’s not busy running his companies and spreading the word about Dallas startups, you can find Bradley playing guitar, riding his longboard, or traveling between Dallas, his hometown of Portland, and his adopted paradise of Lima, Perú.