(Photo courtesy of 1776/Camille Hoisington)
Head over to the Brooklyn Navy Yard next week to see a rundown of what could become the startups of the future.
Incubator 1776 will hold a demo day presentation Wednesday, Sept. 20 that’s free and open to the public to attend.
Presenting will be 10 young startups from the 1776’s summer cohort, including Simplifi, a dashboard for managing student loans, which won 1776’s regional Challenge Cup competition last month. The startups group will also include Bixby, an interface to make the renter-landlord relationship more automated (something plenty of buildings in Brooklyn would benefit from, if Tuesday’s map is anything to go by).
The startups pitching will be:
The evening starts at 5:30 and will give people time to mingle and network.
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