On June 11, Northside Festival will showcase startups from the Netherlands, Switzerland, and Belgium at the Wythe Screening Room in the joint organized Heart of Europe pitch competition. Learn all about innovative startups from all three countries. The event is open to all Innovation and Premium badge holders as well as special guests of Belgium, the Netherlands and Switzerland. Get your tickets here.
The pitch competition will be judged by Thomas Wisniewski (RosePaul Ventures), Tanya Mendenez (Makers Row) and Anthony Ha (TechCrunch). Moderator of the event will be Elliot Tomaeno, founder of Astrsk PR, a firm that services early-stage tech startups.
Looklive– makes the apparel, shoes and accessories in celebrity images and TV shows interactive and shoppable. This is valuable because LookLive unlocks the fashion and commerce potential of TV shows and celebrity images turning them into a new, large opportunity to drive sales, create revenue, new advertising opportunities and valuable connections between TV shows, celebrities, retailers, brands and shoppers. LookLive does this through building scalable, proprietary machine learning (artificial intelligence) technology that supports identifying the actual products that appear on the celebrities, TV show characters and music videos. The same technology also creates “style profiles” for users that predict products and trends they will be most interested in.
WeMakeVR– creates Virtual Reality experiences, software and hardware, and utilizes VR in ways that bring people joy, help them learn, experience amazing new things, capture and relive fond memories.
Konnektid– is a learning community that connects students and teachers. Find a local on demand tutor online to start learning new skills offline.
Ilost– has the ambition to become the Google of Lost & found. No more filling out forms or making phone calls when you’ve lost your keys, phone or wallet. Simply check online where your lost property is found and have it delivered back home the next day.