NY Tech Day 2012: Startups that Stole the Show

Last Thursday, April 19th was NY Tech Day. Over 3,500 people registered to attend and 160+ startups exhibited alongside sponsors at the Lexington Armory in New York. The first part of the event had startups showcasing their products to the media, VCs, and tech industry enthusiasts. The latter part of the event was the Awards Ceremony, hosted by David Tisch, Managing Editor of TechStars NY and Charlie O’Donnell, Founder of Brooklyn Bridge Ventures.

Shouts to Ryan Coyne from The Whoot and Rob Caucci from Space Splitter @_Splitter.

My full article is on Under30CEO

TY Tech Day Award Winners:

Best Use of Location – BiteHunter (http://www.bitehunter.com/)

Best Design – Chartbeat (http://chartbeat.com/)

Best Educational Startups – Three Ring (http://threering.com/)

Best Social Startup – GiftSimple (http://www.giftsimple.com/)

Best Booth Design – Cannonball (http://www.mycannonball.com/)

NY Tech Day Staff Choice – Snakblox (http://www.snakblox.com)

Best use of Data – Hoppit (http://www.hoppit.com/placesearch/)

Best Mobile App – Uber (https://www.uber.com/)

Best Business Model – Temboo (https://www.temboo.com/)

Best Enterprise Startup – SendGrid (http://sendgrid.com/)

Best Unfunded Startup – Unroll.me (http://unroll.me/)

 

 

1 Comment
  • ron receveur
    July 9, 2012

    I like all of them. These are fresh ideas to consider. These young entrepreneurs are very dynamic.

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