Pico and Beacon & Lively Win Philly’s Hottest Showcasing Startups

October 1, 2014

7:30 pm

The results are in for Philly’s hottest showcasing startups! We know it was not easy to pick your favorite, but you did and we are ready to announce the winners. The two winners will represent the great city of Philadelphia during Tech Cocktail’s Celebrate Conference in Downtown Las Vegas, on Oct 6 & 7.

We counted the votes, and the winners are:

Philly’s Hottest Showcasing Startup- Reader’s Choice

The winning startup, Pico, collects pictures from various photographers to one cohesive social network album. Although we all take lots of pictures all the time at an event, it is often the case that the best pictures of us are hidden in others’ photo libraries. Currently, there is no simple or efficient solution that gives us access to these valuable memories.  For example, the bride and the groom at a wedding, all their attendees are taking pictures during the wedding, but the couple doesn’t have any access to those pictures. On the businesses side they are continuously trying to advertise and promote their page in order to be more visible on Facebook, by collecting all the pictures (Pico auto tag each photographer) that their customers took they will gain huge social exposure to their page.

Philly’s Hottest Showcasing Startup- Tech Cocktail’s Choice

We love when tech looks great. Tech Cocktail’s voted on Beacon & Lively, wearable tech jewelry designed to keep you effortlessly connected, in a way that is stylish and comfortable. Ambient colors and/or slight vibrations will politely alert you when someone is calling or texting, and with a flick of wrist you can shut it off. Fashionably tech!

Congrats to all winners!

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Camila has been heavily active in South Florida’s tech startup community, where she is a co-host of a local radio show called pFunkcast. Camila previously worked at Greenpeace International and the Organization of the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in various communication roles. A proud Brazilian who spent most of he life in Peru, she is passionate about traveling and documentaries.

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