Vote Online for the Startup of the Year [Austin]

August 26, 2015

2:55 am

It’s almost here: Celebrate 2015 is the time of year when we celebrate all things startup, which includes mentor sessions, inspiring keynotes, and workshops. Though, perhaps everybody’s favorite part of the conference is our Startup of the Year Competition.

Over the course of the entire year we’ve been hosting events in awesome tech ecosystems across Tampa, San Francisco, and Boston. We’ve been honored and excited to meet with the local community members, investors, and innovators who keep the wheels turning in each of their own cities. With all of these events comes a list of Celebrate 2015 semifinalists that won’t stop growing until they all journey to the Las Vegas desert from October 4-6.

All of the semifinalists who compete in our Startup of the Year Competition will be exposed to dozens of investors and hundreds of other startup enthusiasts and founders. Not to mention, all of the startups will be eligible for prizes and awards from some of the best in the biz: Tech Wildcatters, 500Startups, CEA, Crowdfunder, Techstars, and American Airlines, to name a few.

Austin, Texas is widely considered to have one of the best live music scenes in America, and their BBQ is always on the top of everybody’s ‘favorites’ list (I’m looking at you, Salt Lick). These days however, Austin, Texas is also synonymous with entrepreneurship and robust tech ecosystems.

So, check out the best we met in Austin and let us know which ones are your favorite.

Please note: Only your last vote will count, and results will not be displayed immediately as the voting period will remain open through August 31 at 12 Midnight EST  and we will announce all of the winners on Tuesday, September 1! 

 Place Your Vote Online Now for Austin’s Startup of the Year

Laundri: A premiere laundry, dry cleaning, and shoe service with a 24 hour turnaround from your phone. They also offer free pick up for charities.

Peeptrade: The platform allows you to see into the portfolio and trading activities of top traders in real time.

Plum: The self-proclaimed Nest of home lighting control and energy management.

SandBox: SandBox allows you to build an enterprise-grade app for your brand in less than a day.

Stretch Recipes: Users enter their budget, choose meals, and get a shopping list with coupons for their trip to the store.

Tastegraphy: They provide accurate restaurant dish recommendations to users and live trending taste data to both food establishments and food manufacturers.

Xyber Technologies: The team developed a cooling system for servers and data centers that requires no power and has no moving parts.

Image Credit: Flickr / Ed Schipul / cropped, resized



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Julia Fischer is the Director of Operations at Tech.Co. Communicating with sponsors, partners, and startups is how Julia keeps the Tech.Co and Tech Cocktail mission on track.

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