ETC executive director Deb Tillett speaks at the AccelerateBaltimore Demo Day, held earlier this month at the ETC's Highlandtown incubator.
On Thursday, AccelerateBaltimore held its third annual Demo Day at the Emerging Technology Center incubator in Highlandtown. Here are the six startups that presented:
SeeFuture: This platform uses an algorithm to connect students with mentors. It also serves as a money-saving recruiting tool for businesses.
Graphtrack: The firm’s app, NutriMAP, allows dieters to scan QR codes on recipes in a book, which it then plots on a triangular map based on fat, protein and caloric content to help users reach their goals.
Heyy: The firm’s eponymous app, which CEO Mark Manzo touted as “offline-first online dating,” is essentially a monetized version of Craigslist’s missed connections section. The app allows users who believe they connected with someone or saw someone they’d like to meet online to post their experience or a photo using the app, then that person may respond. The app will also offer daily deals for couples.
Gracular: Gracular’s platform automates prior art search for prospective patent applicants, a process that currently can cost up to $25,000.
Ntensify: The firm provides branded merchandise stores for mobile game developers, handling payments, design, manufacturing and fulfillment for their licensors. Ntensify already has four brands licensed.-30-