Startup Alley

  • Startup Alley Registration Is Now Open For Disrupt NY

    Startup Alley Registration Is Now Open For Disrupt NY

    Disrupt NY 2016 is the place to be if you want your startup to get noticed. According to CrunchBase, the companies who displayed in Startup Alley at Disrupt NY 2015 have raised over $73 million in seed and Series A funding as of January 2016. It’s just an amazing opportunity. Read More

  • Hey VCs, Here Are The Companies On Display In Startup Alley At Disrupt London

    Hey VCs, Here Are The Companies On Display In Startup Alley At Disrupt London

    Attention all you investors out there. We’re excited to unveil the companies that will be participating in the Startup Alley at Disrupt London 2015, and you can catch a glimpse of all of them by visiting our new Startup Alley Hub. In addition to being generally awesome, the site is also mobile friendly so you can easily view info on all of your favorite Alley companies right from your… Read More

  • Georama’s Live Virtual Reality Platform Lets You Explore The World From Your Sofa

    Georama’s Live Virtual Reality Platform Lets You Explore The World From Your Sofa

    St. Augustine of Hippo said “the world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page”—-which is somewhat unfair to people who can’t travel because of financial or physical reasons. Georama wants to help them with its virtual-reality travel platform, which offers live guided tours in high-definition video. The startup, which already has an enterprise… Read More

  • Track Your Cat’s Eating Habits With Some Cardboard And A Spare Android Phone

    Track Your Cat’s Eating Habits With Some Cardboard And A Spare Android Phone

    My favorite thing about Disrupt is that you never know what you’re going to find in the Startup Alley. I walked through the Taiwan Pavilion and found a company called CatFi. They make a product called CatFi Box that uses 3D facial recognition to track how much your cats are eating. If you have more than one cat, you’re going to love this one. Read More

  • Rewind’s New App Lets You Create Photo Timelines That Disappear After A Day

    Rewind’s New App Lets You Create Photo Timelines That Disappear After A Day

    Spotted this week at TechCrunch Disrupt NY’s Startup Alley, was the newly launched social photo-sharing app Rewind. As its name implies, the idea with this app is to give you and your friends a way to look back on your most recently shared photos and posts, which you can do quickly by sliding your finger to scroll through Rewind’s “timeline” feature. But the twist… Read More

  • Applications Are Open For The Disrupt NY Startup Alley

    Applications Are Open For The Disrupt NY Startup Alley

    Close your eyes. (Don’t actually close your eyes because you have to read this, but just get in the mindset of having your eyes closed.) Now imagine yourself in a sort of glamorous shopping mall. The shopping mall is lined with various stores, all of which are filled with the latest technology from across the globe. Each store is attended not only by a helpful representative, but by… Read More

  • Sign Up To Exhibit In Startup Alley At Disrupt NY 2015

    Sign Up To Exhibit In Startup Alley At Disrupt NY 2015

    Disrupt NY 2015 is the place to be if you want your startup to get noticed. According to CrunchBase, of the 126 companies on display in Startup Alley at Disrupt NY 2014, 24 have since been funded, raising $90.9 million in Seed and Series A funding as of January 2015. And 11 of the 24 raised over $78 million within three months of Startup Alley. Read More

  • Inside Startup Alley, Day 1

    Inside Startup Alley, Day 1

    As we kick into gear here on Day 2 of Disrupt SF, let’s take a look back at the companies that took part in yesterday’s Startup Alley here at the venue. The TechCrunch staff walked the area with a roving mic and camera to see just who was around, and what they were building. The Alley always has a diverse group of startups, so the following set of clips is a fun mix. Our own… Read More

  • CloudAlloy Makes Docs In The Cloud More Secure By Breaking Them Into Pieces

    CloudAlloy Makes Docs In The Cloud More Secure By Breaking Them Into Pieces

    One of the key issues facing companies when they put their content in the cloud is security, but what if you could send your documents to the cloud without security concerns? CloudAlloy, a company displaying at the Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt this week, breaks your documents into pieces, spreading them across the cloud services and putting them back together whenever you call the document. Read More

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