After a flurry of applications, 7 startups have been selected for our next demo night
TechHub Tuesday Demo Night is the place to strut your stuff, get feedback, network & get involved with the community!
Take a look below to see who's going to be standing up at the front this month:
Bill Ninja (formerly the contract hub) takes the hassle out of sorting out bills in shared housing. Add your utility accounts (gas, water, electric, internet etc) once, add your flatmates and we do the rest. We log into your online account each month, take out your billing data, calculate who owes what and send payment requests to those who owe money.
You get a handy dashboard showing all bills, which are paid, which are coming, what flatmates owe you money, what flatmates you owe money � everything related to your financial situation. If that wasn�t enough we check your tariff�s every month to see if you are on the best tariff or if there is one out there that can save you money!! We even check your usage to make sure it�s in line with market average and your previous bills.
Bill Ninja takes care of your bills so you can get on with the fun stuff. No more arguing over who paid what and who didn�t pay what. No more hours trawling through spreadsheets, bank accounts, statements and paper bills trying to figure out balances. All in one place � All calculated for you � All automated.
Bill Ninja: Kill Bills - not your housemates.
Simple2Connect is a professional network combined with geolocation. The company is founded by two Russians, coming from corporate finance and video games background in Russia, London, and Silicon Valley. The app is being developed to address the needs of individual professionals, event organisers and offices.
Wlcome brings data-backed mass personalisation to the high street. Started by ex-Googler Richard Russell in November 2012, a digital loyalty card pilot is now running in two coffee shops. If you have an Android 4.0+ phone, please install "wlcome" and be part of the live demo.
Hiyalife is a cross between a digital scrapbook and an online biography. You can tell stories collaboratively, organise your memories in context, bring content from other sources, add from others and share privately or publicly to be part of an interwoven network of memories.
Most importantly, you keep full control of your privacy and own your own content.
LyteSpark is a browser based video conference, meetings and events provider. With LyteSpark you can create your own flexible environment to share with your contacts and community. LyteSpark is safe, secure and requires no downloads.
Physical conferences have always been expensive to run and attend - but they are great places for business networking. Now, with LyteSpark, networking in the virtual environment becomes just as effective. Our platform focuses on the valuable relationships that are formed in and around professional events.
We�ve created the tools for people to manage and customise their own communication space. It�s instant, it�s flexible and makes Skype look like something from the 90s. From one interface you can host an interactive lecture, multiple group discussions, conduct a speed-networking event, broadcast a webinar or just a plain old 1-2-1 video meeting.
Founded in January 2013 LyteSpark is poised to disrupt the video conference space.
Tymepass is an easy way to arrange and share your time. See what your friends are up to, invite them, join them, or even avoid them!
With Tymepass, you can share and showcase your social life through the events you attend and get-togethers you arrange, giving friends a window into your real life. Tymepass makes it easy for you to arrange meet-ups by allowing access to your friends calendar, letting you see when they're free to hang out. Tymepass gives you the option to sync with your native iPhone calendar, so if you're already a calendar power user it's easy to start Tymepassing!
You'll have extra opportunities to be together, and find out more about what your friends really like to do than on any social network.
Virtually Free develops apps to make therapy more appealing, accessible and affordable. Using gamification, serious games and augmented reality, the company seeks to recreate clinical therapies and bring them to mobile devices.
The company was founded in 2012 by two psychiatrists and a game developer. Doctors Russell Green and Andres Fonseca are members of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in Britain and have been helping patients recover from mental health conditions for 15 years. They have multiple peer-reviewed international publications and lecture at Sheffield University and University College London respectively. Richard Flower has developed games for 20 years and worked on major franchises such as Tomb Raider.
They founded Virtually Free because they believe it is important to give people the tools to improve themselves without having to wait, jump through referral hoops or pay excessively.