Vote Online for the Startup of the Year [Northern Region]

August 26, 2015

2:28 am

Tech.Co’s Celebrate 2015 is just around the corner – a celebration of all things startup that will include mentor sessions, inspiring keynotes, workshops, and our Startup of the Year Competition. All year long, we’ve hit cities like Las Vegas, NV; Pittsburgh, PA; and New York City; meeting with each startup ecosystem’s members, entrepreneurs, and investors, while adding to our list of Celebrate 2015 semifinalists. And, now, we’re turning to the north to find some of the best startups (and by “north”, we mean the expansive set of land from Washington to Massachusetts).

(Get the GIF? Because…the north? Whatever). In order to discover the world’s best early-stage businesses, we invite our online readers to vote for their favorite by selecting their favorite startups in our regional online polls. Across the country, several tech ecosystems are producing top startups that many people don’t even know about. For many, it may even come as a surprise that cities like Ohio’s Cincinnati or Seattle, WA offer some of the best tech economies outside of Silicon Valley. In this poll, you’ll get a glimpse at some of the great work startups are doing in places like Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts.

So, tell us: which of these products from these companies would you buy, invest in, or seem most like to succeed? The winning companies in the poll will join us in Las Vegas, NV this October 4-6, where they will be exposed to dozens of investors, potential mentors and customers, and hundreds of startup enthusiasts. Additionally, the semifinalists will be eligible for prizes and awards from Tech Wildcatters, 500Startups, CEA, Crowdfunder, Techstars, American Airlines, and more!

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

Note: Only your last vote will count, and results will not be displayed. Voting ends August 31 at Midnight ET and we will announce all of the winners on Tuesday, September 1!

Ohio

Apollo Medical Devices: The company is developing a rapid, low-cost blood analysis system that provides results in five minutes using just a single drop of blood.

Michigan

backstitch: Offers a complete content curation platform for individuals, teams, and companies.

Massachusetts

Admetsys.com:  Offers high-tech healthcare robotics to provide real-time measurements, models, and even treat patients.

Subverses: A Boston software startup building a suite of language learning tools, centered around an immersive spy video game.

Vocoli: Employee engagement and suggestion platform. The company helps organizations capture great ideas, engage their workforce, and foster innovation.

Pennsylvania

Just 3D Print It: Offers a one-stop-shop for 21st century high tech design, engineering, prototyping and manufacturing: from concept to creation.

StratIS Access: They’ve created technology for wireless access energy and automation through a 2-year ROI integrated platform for multi-family and campus communities.

Tennessee

SweetBio: The company is hoping revolutionize healing with honey-infused, oral surgery membranes – allowing you to heal faster and better than ever.

Washington

Keepe: An on-demand handyman service for small household jobs. They deliver a handyman at the consumer’s doorstep within one hour.

Founderfox.io: Pitch your startup to potential VCs and new users by sharing your story with the world by creating a 1-2 minute video.

TruMedicines: A startup with a patented mobile phone app and cloud service to track, trace, andauthenticate drug tablets for consumers and Big Pharma.

VOTING CLOSED!

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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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