Who is New York City’s Startup of the Year? [Poll]

June 11, 2015

7:00 am

Silicon Alley is looking to grow and ready for funding, if these numbers presented by Forbes are any indication. From plentiful coworking spaces to the most vibrant meetup ecosystem, startups are in good company. So we’d like to cordially invite you to come out and mingle with the startups, investors, mentors, and community leaders who are making things happen in New York City in today’s tech world. Join the community on Tuesday, June 16 from 7 to 9:30 PM at the Center for Social Innovation on W 26th in Chelsea for New York City’s Startup of the Year Competition and Mixer.

Image Credit: Flickr/Henning Klokkeråsen

During the event, you’ll get the chance to interact with each startup as they demo their product in a casual environment. Ask them questions about their startup journey, their ideas for growth hacking, and their plans to raise funds. You can also meet with other members of your community and chat with the evening’s sponsors: the team from CEA, the company that produces the legendary Consumer Electronics Show, and 43North, looking to award a total of $5 Million in cash to accelerate your business!

If you’ve got a startup in the area and you haven’t applied to demo at this event, you’re going to want to get in on this. If you’re looking for funding, need pitch practice, enjoy telling people about your product, and especially if you want the chance to pitch at a global event for major prizes, including cash, acceptance to a national startup accelerator, or a demo booth at CES, you’ve got to get yourself to this event. The evening’s winners automatically qualify to pitch at the Tech.Co global Startup of the Year Competition.

That’s right: CEA has offered a major prize for a lucky startup that makes it to Celebrate 2015. The Consumer Electronics Startup Prize Package will be awarded to the best Consumer Electronics startup competitor at Celebrate. This prize includes hotel and travel stipend to Las Vegas, floor space at Eureka Park, and 10 CES exhibitor badges!

Voting may have started already, but you can still join the competition if you act quickly (and grab a free ticket by using promo code: NYCStartups)! Now let us know: Who is New York City’s Startup of the Year?

Blendoor: is a mobile job matching app that facilitates diversity recruiting in the tech industry. #diversityonpurpose

Blink: Quick, fun, and easy – Nothing is simpler than Blink if you need a new prescription for glasses. It’s vision testing, delivered.

Boomset: reduces the need for paper during on-site registration and strives to maximize attendee engagement.

BotFactory: #Squink from @BotFactoryNYC is an electronic circuit factory – sitting on your desktop! Print and assemble circuits in minutes for $5.

Catchpool: In a world where time is THE scarce resource, Catchpool helps you find quality content quickly from people and creators that inspire you.

Copy Me That: Recipe manager, shopping list and meal planner. Copy any recipe from any website with a single click. Edit, organize, and share.

DomainSkate: enables small and midsize businesses to protect their URL and brands online, ensuring security, profitability and reputation

Healthy Beeps: Healthcare technology reviews for all: patients, consumers, and doctors. HealthyBeeps is the one stop shop for healthcare products and apps.

LDLN (pron. ‘Landline’): is optimized relief. We provide the framework & technology to communicate without the need for Internet, cell service, or phone lines.

Matific: develops mathematical excellence and problem-solving skills for children in grades K-6 through playful interaction.

RingAround: Create & Sell jewelry online. No design skills needed.

Traveloti: Find, customize and book unique trips that offer inspiration, personalization and a path toward self-discovery.

Yorango: simplifies rental with and end-to-end solution for tenants and landlords integrating management SaaS with easy-to-navigate listings.

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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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