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Techstars Announces 14 Startups for Spring NYC Program

| March 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

Are you looking for some startups to watch in the New York tech scene? A good start would be the Techstars spring 2012 class that was just announced and is scheduled to start on March 14th. The class of 14 was selected from over 1,500 applicants.

The Techstars startup accelerator that is “tougher to get into than Harvard,” is kicking off its 3rd year in New York City. The program was brought to New York by David Tisch and over the past year has funded 23 companies, 21 of those went onto raise over $50m after the program.

The spring class:

  • 10Sheet:  automated bookkeeping as a service
  • Markover: collaborative feedback system for creatives
  • Bondsy: the social network of things
  • Moveline: decision engine for moving
  • Classtivity: discovery engine for recreational classes
  • Pickie: social commerce
  • Condition One: immersive video technology for tablets
  • Rewind.me: creating present value from your past actions
  • Droptype: simple content publishing
  • SmallKnot: local social lending
  • Karma: simplified mobile provider for travelers
  • StockTouch: revolutionizing finance with mobile data visualization
  • Lua Technologies: project management and communication platform
  • Wander: keep wondering

If you’re a young CEO with a business in the NYC area you can email Jared(at)under30ceo.com with your story!

About the Author: Jared O'Toole

Co-founder and editor of Under30Media. You can send an email to Jared(at)Under30CEO.com. Follow him on Google+ or @JaredOToole

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