Capital Factory: 5 Austin Startups to Watch in 2015

March 14, 2015

1:15 pm

SXSW has taken over Austin, and startups from all over the world are showcasing their ideas. Austin’s largest accelerator took the opportunity to present their top early-stage startups raising Series A funding at a  special SXSW pitch event. Capital Factory is the center of Austin’s startup ecosystem and has filtered through startups to bring the city’s best. These Austin technology companies are early-stage startups raising Series A funding that have qualified for a matching investment from the Capital Factory Fund.

These are startups you should definitely keep an eye out for this year:


Aceable drives education forward within organizations (like schools and businesses) and certification programs (like Drivers Ed). They are a mobile-first platform that transforms stale institutional knowledge into practical understanding. For example, learning how to drive. They put information where it is most effective: at the fingertips of people when they need it.

Chiron Health

Chiron Health is a telemedicine platform for outpatient follow-up care, with regulatory and reimbursement support for physician practices. Chiron Health provides a secure technology platform that leverages the existing computers, tablets, and mobile devices that physicians and patients use every day.

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SXSW Capital Factory Event



Goodybag is the easiest way to order food for the office. Customers  order food and Goodybag selects a delivery method based on lead times, order size, distance, etc. Currently 65% of their orders are delivered by the restaurant, and 35% by 3rd party delivery service. They are not a food delivery service, however they leverage the delivery infrastructure that already exists in each city allows us to scale faster and more efficiently. They are an office assistant dream come true.

Loop & Tie

Loop & Tie makes sending corporate gifts easy. The service features four curated collections of gifts at varying price points. Givers designate how much they want to spend and either select “Gift of Choice” — to give the recipient complete freedom — or recommend a specific item. No more boring fruit baskets.


This easy to use software application helps franchise operators effectively manage daily operations. From gyms to retail stores, managing various stores can become complicated. ManagementComplete simplifies the management problem.

We can’t wait to hear more news about these awesome companies!



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Camila has been heavily active in South Florida’s tech startup community, where she is a co-host of a local radio show called pFunkcast. Camila previously worked at Greenpeace International and the Organization of the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in various communication roles. A proud Brazilian who spent most of he life in Peru, she is passionate about traveling and documentaries.

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