Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator (ERA) held its Winter 2014 demo day today with another ten new startups on stage dancing for a group of would-be new investors. Companies ranged from a juicing kit delivery service to a language training service for foreign employees at multinational companies.
Here’s a full list of all of the presenting companies from today’s DemoDay:
Bookalokal is a service for booking special food-related events in private homes; anything from a dinner to a food tour, to cooking classes all provided by locals in the community. The hosts range from food bloggers to aspiring chefs and wine connoisseurs.
Lingo Live offers foreign language training to employees at multinational corporations.
Redefining identity management for the cloud computing world, CommonKey has developed a business to business software service that allows organizations to securely manage access to cloud-based web services.
Data leakage and piracy is a huge issue for publishers. Using Mezzobit, publishers and marketers get a free service to accelerate site performance, or can opt for a paid version with security and content management.
Almost everyone drinks coffee and almost everyone would prefer to drink better coffee than they typically get at Starbucks. Enter CUPS, a mobile subscription service linking coffee drinkers with independent coffee shops.
Get a discount for telling brands about the shopping experience in third-party retail locations. That’s the pitch from OwnOut which gives retailers a new avenue to sell directly to consumers while at the same time getting a window into how third parties are shaping their sales.
With Uber giving most cab and livery services the heebie-jeebies, Dashride is selling tools to fight back. The company sells a service it says improves operations.
Business to business software service RetSKU sells technology that analyzes why products don’t sell well at retail. By collecting information on sales the company says it can help brands can improve their revenues.
Juicing is big business, bringing in roughly $1.5 billion. Farmivore aims to take a cut by delivering weekly boxes of organic produce in exact proportions so folks can juice it.
Shopalytic wants to turn the e-commerce shopping cart into the next big source for advanced analytics for small online retailers. The company generates reports about sales, customer behavior, promotions, and inventory.
Check out our full-length look into the ERA Accelerator right here.