Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Early Stage Mobile Companies present at Mobile Mondays

This upcoming Monday, November 17th from 7-9 pm, Mobile Monday Boston will turn the stage over to 9 Early Stage Mobile Companies. Each company will get 5 minutes to present. Following the presentations will be product demonstrations and a social cocktail hour. It looks like it will be a great event and another indication that innovation continues despite market downturns. Come check them out.

The following companies will be presenting.

Assured Labor: A social marketplace for services utilizing web and mobile technology

I remember reading about this company back in the summer time when they initially introduced an application to improve the lives of workers in developing countries by using mobile phones and a custom web platform to rapidly connect dependable workers with honest employers who have labor needs. As with most good startups, the product has morphed into the current offering which is more consumer focused.

Cadio: Location-based behavior-targeted mobile advertising
Drync: Find the wine you’re drinking, along with reviews, ratings, and prices
Mobegic: Help retailers and consumer product companies deepen customer engagements
Pongr: Mobile price checking that uses innovative image search technology

Winner of fbFund funding.

RunKeeper: Mobile GPS fitness tracking applications for runners and cyclists
SCVNGR: A mobile gaming platform that lets anyone quickly and easily build out mobile games
Shovebox: Manage snippets of information across your desktop and iPhone
Urban Interactive: Mobile applications that connect the digital world with physical spaces

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