On Wednesday, January 15th, #Startupfix held its first round of New Year demos amongst like-minded idea-makers. 33Across generously hosted the event in Chelsea as five new startups presented their latest and greatest on deck. Here’s a rundown of the evening, and thank you to our hosts for the bevy of beverages!
Splitforce allows for free A/B testing on Unity, iOS and Android Apps. It allows mobile app creators to test multiple versions of their apps and facilitate improvements based on data and key business metrics rather than speculation. When asked about inspiration behind Splitforce, the developer of Splitforce was fooling around and recently released ‘Harlem Shake Video Creator Pro,” now #1 in the entertainment industry in six different countries.
The Squarefoot offers a consolidated platform for real estate leasing online. They recently pushed the site live on Saturday and their motto is to ‘Get your business the space it deserves.’ The site allows the user to filter not only by zip code, street and neighborhood, but by type of real estate, number of people, square footage, and price points.
Pubslush is a crowdfunded publishing platform for books. It allows authors to gauge initial interest for book ideas, raise capital, and for readers readers to pledge financial support. In addition, for every book sold, a children’s book is donated to a child in need.
Curalate aims to market products via imagery. Siting examples such as Pinterest and Instagram, Curalate ties brands of products with photos taken by or pinned by fans as a meants to drive affinity, engagement and revenue.
Nextlanding aims to end the rental housing chaos, starting in NYC. For a one time $35 fee, Nextlanding sends curated results on available apartments helping the apartment searcher save time and money in their seemingly never-ending search, eliminating the need for a broker.