This Tuesday was the time to shine for Eleven‘s teams. Demo day brought in front of the audience the 7 teams from the second acceleration batch, as well as 5 teams who had been part of the first batch and had shown significant progress in the last months. Investors and startup lovers gathered at The Roof to see the pitches and talk to the teams. Also, the ones who could not make it to Sofia – like us – joined the live-streaming where we saw the pitches as well as some nice interviews that kept us involved during the break.
Acceleration batch #2 teams
The stars of the event, teams from the second acceleration batch that presented on Tuesday were, as they went on stage:
Gameleon – wordpress for game creators
Crowd Sense – countinuous real-time user ratings for events and broadcasts
Share your cart – the button that increases your online retail sales
Sponsia – online marketplace linking sponsors to organizers of events and causes
Squee – mobile and web community for beautiful, curated, indie design
Unioncy – create a catalog of your current and future things and treasures
Vetcloud – bringing the cloud to animal healthcare
Acceleration batch #1 teams
The top-progress-ers from the first Eleven acceleration batch, teams who also got to pitch, were:
Filement – the secure file system of tomorrow: your content on your devices, available anywhere
FootballScout – the LinkedIn for professional football players
Sensika – actionable insights for enterprise corporate inteligence
Ulympix – competition campaigns for agencies and corporate marketers
Eventyard – event discovery and management done right
For more info on the teams, their current traction and the markets they’re approaching, check out this leaflet. Also, you can see all the acceleration batch 1 teams pitching at the first demo day in Sofia on the Eleven Youtube account. Demo day no.2 videos are probably soon to follow.
Bonus: here’s a nice read!
Funny how the same day as Eleven’s demo day, Alex Barrera published the post entitled “Are startup pitches really THAT important?”, also tackling the demo day pitching. I’d add some quotes here, but that’d only ruin the read. So, a definitely worth-your-time article, both for startups and pitching events organizers.