Who should be named Startup of the Year from the West [Pacific – San Francisco] region? You can share your opinion by voting for your favorite startup in our Reader’s Choice Poll below. Reader’s Choice Poll voting will help guide the selection of the top 100 startup semifinalists who will compete for cash, prizes and more, at the Innovate Celebrate conference in San Francisco on October 9th – 11th, 2017. The deadline to vote is July 12th.
There’s a “Click to Vote” link next to each startup below, vote for the startup you like the best located in San Francisco:
Alpharank (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Alpharank is an advanced analytics engine that helps banks and credit unions use the trick T-Mobile used to cut their churn by 50 percent in a single quarter.
Ario (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Ario has developed a smart lighting system that learns about the user and helps improve sleep and health. Ario is the only light that adjusts light direction, color and intensity automatically throughout the day, personalized to the individual.
Cnote (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
CNote Savings helps celebrate good savers by earning them 2.5 percent, that’s 40x more than a traditional savings account. CNote does this by working with a government-backed program, CDFI, to create what the public rarely hears about in finance.
Fingertips Labs (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Fingertips Labs created O6, the first product to create eyes-free browsing. O6 has several integrative pilot projects underway, working with automotive companies to equip the next generation of vehicles with their proprietary technology.
FundPaaS (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
FundPaaS provides all-in-one technology solutions for crowdfunding. Their technology simplifies the process, and significantly lowers the cost and time to on-board an issuer and its investors.
Instreamatic (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Instreamatic is an AI-powered voice platform for publishers, providing a voice recognition layer for content navigation and advertising engagement. They help well-known audio publishers introduce voice-response features and monetize via interactive audio ads.
JOY (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
JOY builds technology for families with the first icon based schedule watch known as the Octopus. The watch empowers kids by teaching them good habits and the concept of time.
Laugh.ly (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Laugh.ly is the first of its kind, on-demand up streaming comedy service. They have the largest catalog of company representing over 650 comedians—from Aziz Ansari to Weird Al Yanjovic.
Literator (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Literator is a software tool that serves as a literacy coach and personal assistant to teachers. It is an edtech tool that works within instructional time to provide great data, freeing schools from testing which is slow and inefficient.
More Fitt (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Train with the world’s top trainers, fitness icons, and athletes on the More Fitt app. More Fitt builds custom software and mobile apps for gyms, mainly geared toward their front end consumers.
Mosaikx (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Hipo by Mosaikx is the World’s First wearable caregiver that provides better care for patients with Alzheimer’s by allowing their family members to monitor their daily essentials and stay connected.
NotAnotherOne (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Atmotube, created by NotAnotherOne is the first truly personal, most affordable and most compact air quality tracker. Atmotube constantly monitors the nearby environment.
OpenInvest (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
OpenInvest is a social impact investing platform for retail investors. It uses proprietary technology to empower a user’s values and lets them take action, while their investments stay diversified and broadly tracking the performance of the market.
Pawprint (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Pawprint is the official medical record for pets. Their platform handles all the paperwork needed to connect pet parents with veterinarians and service providers (groomers, daycares, boarders).
PopUpsters (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
PopUpsters is an online marketplace that helps businesses find space and events to reach customers offline. The VMS is a DIY platform to find vendors, manage communications, process permits and accept payments.
Prescribe Nutrition (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Prescribe Nutrition encourages people to rebel against the diet. Their interactive program and subscription service empowers users to understand how they should eat, what they should eat and how to eat it.
Raccoon.World (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Raccoon.World is a company that creates gadgets for hands, based on spatialization, tracking, reproduction of fine motor skills and tactile perception.
RealtyReturns (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
RealtyReturns is an equity crowdfunding platform democratizing real estate investing. Via Title III of the 2012 JOBS Act, they are enabling non-accredited investors—95.2% of Americans—to invest in income-generating real estate like the wealthy always have for the first time in 84 years.
RushTix (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
RushTix is a new way to discover local arts and culture. A membership gets culture seekers on the guest list to new and undiscovered experiences like theater, comedy, dance, concerts, art exhibits, festivals and other intriguing events.
Sextant Travel (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Sextant is a photo-based app that allows anyone to discover and save places. They curate lists of high end places and feature them on their app in a digestible and easy-to-discover way!
SmartBeings (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Smart Beings is combining device intelligence, cloud connectivity and feature-rich applications to solve real-world problems for intelligent security, facility awareness and virtual collaboration.
Talent Map (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Talent map gives anyone the opportunity to share their talent in a smart way. Upbringing and revealing children’s talents through safe social networks interaction.
Visabot (San Francisco, CA) [Click to Vote]
Visabot is an immigration robot powered by artificial intelligence, which aims to ease the visa application process for individuals looking to enter the United States of America.
We invite you to join us at Innovate Celebrate the 3-day global conference in San Francisco on October 9th-11th. Aside from our 5th annual Startup of the Year Competition, this conference is a must attend event to meet thought-leaders, mentors, investors, and media. Watch the video below, we hope to see you there.