Who is DC’s Startup of the Year? [Poll]

August 31, 2015

10:00 am

Some of the most promising and newsworthy startups in the DC area are getting together next Wednesday evening at 1776 – Crystal City. Will you be there? Or will you miss out on the latest innovations in energy, data, wearables, and software? At Tech.Co’s Startup of the Year Competition & Mixer, you’ll not only be able to connect with these startups and check out their products, but you’ll also be able to meet the other influencers in your community and connect with partners such as Vornado, Saul Ewing, and the Arlington Economic Development.

Our search for the Startup of the Year has visited several cities and regions, and we are looking to invite the top startups to Celebrate 2015. Prizes will be awarded to the finalists in Las Vegas, and some prizes will be offered to the competing semifinalists chosen by our sponsors. Techstars, one of the top U.S.-based accelerators, has reserved a guaranteed “fast track” in the Techstars application process, including an interview with one of their Managing Directors. CEA offers a prize package of exhibit space and ten free passes to the 2016 International CES show along with travel and accommodations in Las Vegas, Nevada for the show. They are looking for the best ‘consumer electronics’ startup to award this prize.

In DC, we’re looking for the Reader’s Choice Startup of the Year. It’s time to vote: Who is DC’s Startup of the Year?

CyberTimez: helps the physically disabled be independent, deaf be environmentally aware and blind better enabled to function in a sighted world.

Ignite: Pitch get together ideas, if they get enough traction within a group, they get done! No unnecessary communication, no potential rejection!

MyDealerOnline: enables car dealers to sell the cars before they buy.

Poshpacker: The world’s first hotelier booking site for upscale backpacking.

RouteHero: is a mobile platform and app that provides smart, personalized traffic and transit alerts for commuters in metropolitan areas (starting with Washington DC).

Road Warrior: Route Planning App for delivery mavens, superstar drivers, and efficiency aficionados. DC Startup. In the App store & Google Play.

Spiritway: Want to crawl any website on the web using only your browser? No coding required! Send updates to your email or phone.

Traipse: Unlock the city with Traipse! Explore streetscapes, landmarks, and locally-owned businesses while challenging your brain with fun puzzles.

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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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