TECH cocktail Chicago 13 Photos & Wrap Up

May 17, 2010

2:13 pm

As usual, we had a fantastic showing at TECH cocktail Chicago last Thursday, May 13th – it’s hard to believe it’s already come and gone! Hundreds of people filled the top floor of John Barleycorn mingling and checking out our 13 local technology companies and our supporting sponsors.

The following startups were on hand demoing their products to the crowd. If you weren’t able to talk with them, check out our posts about them here. A few of them were very early stage and will have updates soon as they roll out new releases.

BriteTab – online resume community site.
Chattertree – brings families together online to connect and share.
Cloudmach – brings rich 3D graphics to every web-enabled device, with no downloads and installations.
Foodie Registry – an online restaurant registry. – connects musicians venues and fans around the world.
Genlighten – Crowdsourcing genealogy, this online marketplace helps genealogists find the offline documents they need using a network of skilled local researchers. – Online fundraising platform that combines “pay it forward” and micro-financing principles.
LoudPixel – human-powered social media monitoring and analysis tailored to your company and delivered online to your team.
PiggyBack – helps keep track of IOU’s between friends.
Readeo – tool that connects kids with relatives near and far for shared reading experiences.
DealRadar – aggregates local Deal-A-Day sites in your city into a one-stop shop.
River – communication platform for business that aims to make task management dead simple for your company and its projects.
ZineCube – A self-publisher platform for digital magazines.

Special thank you to our sponsors Sandbox Industries, Saper Law and FR&R and Clear. 

Check out the photos from the event and be sure to find and tag yourself online in the photos on Facebook.

Did you like this article?

Get more delivered to your inbox just like it!

Sorry about that. Try these articles instead!

Jen Consalvo is the Cofounder and COO of Tech.Co. She previously worked in product development for almost 13 years at AOL for audiences of millions. Follow her on Twitter at: @noreaster.

  • Shares

Leave a Reply

  • (will not be published)