Atlanta’s largest monthly pitch event went down last night at Atlanta Tech Village. Pitch Practice’s Kevin Sandlin served up the brews, Jon Birdsong MC’d, and Erin Rosintoski put it all together without a hitch.
Here’s a recap of the companies that presented.
- Pitch by co-founder Matt Kress
- It’s a relationship management tool with 800+ current users. We’ve already given you the full rundown.
- Updates: they looking at syncing with Salesforce or Nimble and creating a mobile app.
- Pitch by COO Jocelyn Paonita
- It’s a software for personal trainers created to keep track of clients workouts and progress. The cost is around $50 a month.
- Three benefits the software provides: it saves time, shows a trainers value to a client by graphing progress, and acts a free marketing tool when clients share graphs on social media. They also maintain a trainer directory. Here’s a video that will show you more.
- Their mobile app is in the works.
- Pitch by founder Tope Awotona
- It’s a scheduling tool to relieve the pain of emailing back and forth to set something. We’ve already given you the full rundown, and will be posting a q&a soon.
- Updates: 50,000+ are using app right now.
- Pitch by founder Jeff Goldblatt. He also started the Rejection Hotline. Oh you don’t what what that is… lucky you.
- PredictionLog aims to give predictions permanency & storage, “Proof that you called it.” Allows for sharing on social media and up/down voting controls for quality.
- 150 friends and family testing now
- Now focusing on critical mass
- Pitch by founder and CEO Cy Smith
- Reporting population (not individual) analytics via location since 2000. They are working with 15 billion data points a day and 100 million mobile devices, with a heavy emphasis on individual anonymity. Recent work with civic and commercial clients and will soon start working with developers.
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