On the very starting, there have been 20 startups. After two days of extremely fierce competitors, we now have a winner.
Startups taking part within the Startup Battlefield have all been hand-picked to take part in our extremely aggressive startup competitors. All of them introduced in entrance of a number of teams of VCs and tech leaders serving as judges for an opportunity to win $100,000 and the coveted Disrupt Cup.
These startups made their option to the finale to demo in entrance of our remaining panel of judges, which included: Mamoon Hamid (Kleiner Perkins), Ashton Kutcher (Sound Ventures), Alfred Lin (Sequoia), Marissa Mayer (Lumi Labs), Ann Miura-Ko (Floodgate Ventures) and Matthew Panzarino (TechCrunch).
Render has created a managed cloud platform. The corporate needs to offer an alternative choice to conventional cloud suppliers, akin to AWS, Azure and GCP. And it begins with an infrastructure that’s simpler to handle due to automated deployments and a abstracted option to handle your software that’s paying homage to Heroku.
OmniVis goals to make detection of cholera and different pathogens as fast, easy and low-cost as a being pregnant take a look at. Its smartphone-powered detection platform may save 1000’s of lives.