The TechStars companies of the Boston 2011 class are pitching today at demo day. 13 start-ups will try to convince business angels and VCs that they are the next Instagram.
The nominees are:
Shopsy: “shop by look”
Bison: aims to automate the way private equity and hedge funds find limited partner investors
Libboo: “Pandora for the publishing industry”
Murfie: iTunes-like service that lets music buyers take ownership of a physical CD.
UberSense: makes mobile sports video analytics software for coaches and athletes.
Gympact: get you to meet your fitness goals, by paying you in cash incentives.
Psykosoft: a digital painting application for non-artists (the company’s tag lines: “We are totally crazy.”)
Zagster: provides fleets of its red bicycles for universities, hotels and other businesses
Testive: an online test prep service designed to predict SAT performance in advance
Simply Good Technologies: provides digital coupons for retailers and restaurants to make in-store offers to customers.
DocTrackr: A service designed to provide more security, control and analytics for shared documents.
Mortar Data: “Have a pile of under-utilized data? Want to use Hadoop but can’t spend weeks or months getting started? Mortar can help.”
Laveem: a “gamified” nutrition app
@Teleportd wishes them all the best (special mention to Psykosoft, Mortar Data and DocTrackr).