If you haven’t done so already, it’s time to mark your calendars for Technori, the traveling startup showcase, which highlights the world’s emerging entrepreneurial leaders. To date, Technori has hosted 230+ companies during 48 separate showcases, to audiences of 21,000+ and raised $198M and counting in seed funding. On November 18th, Technori comes to Atlanta with five startups and a keynote presentation by Ernie Garcia, CEO and Founder Carvana. The event is sponsored by Georgia-Pacific.
Technori exists to be the catalyst at the critical moment between launching and gaining traction for early stage startups typically within 12 to 18 months of their founding. The event embraces the rollercoaster life of founders and acts as a way of making the journey a little smoother, increasing the chances of success for presenting companies.
Selected startups will pitch their idea to an audience with a rapid-fire Q&A following each presentation. Check out the 5 finalists pitching their product and secure your seat:
Manja : As a fan, the last thing you want to do is leave your seat and risk missing a major play because you’re hangry. Manja is a mobile app designed to deliver food, drinks, and merchandise right to your seat so you can focus on your fandom.
Fittery: The worst part about online shopping is finding the right fit. Fittery is an online marketplace that connects male consumers to the clothing that fits them best – while also providing insights to retailers on how their merchandise fits their customers.
Shape Ape: Step aside 2D printing, 3D is taking the world by storm. Shape Ape gives you the power of 3D technology without writing a line of code, and it’s cost effective to boot.
Yonder: The typical market jargon is tiring when talented professionals are looking to discover young, growing companies. Yonder connects managers and candidates, creating a clear dialogue path that satisfies the needs of both parties – the end result is career euphoria.