SeatCheck - would you share your table at a restaurant with a stranger?

Wait in line at a restaurant? No thanks!

OK, thank you. We’re looking at about a 40-50 minute wait. Will that be ok?” Well, what choice do you have if you really want to eat there? The old adage is that everyone wants to go to the crowded restaurant, and nobody wants to go to … Keep reading >>>

Countalytics uses computer vision to help airlines reduce inventory shrinkage

Airline Food & Beverage Inventory Shrinkage Costs Billions

You know those little bottles of wine and liquor they serve on the airplane? The airline industry purchases $2 billion worth of those and other food and beverage items every year. What used to be just peanuts or pretzels is now complemented by Coke products, beer, wine, those awesome Delta … Keep reading >>>

VendorSpace - planning events is extremely stressful

Planning events is extremely stressful.

Event planners are some of the very busiest and most resourceful people on earth. Weddings, birthdays, Bar Mitzvahs, parties, conferences and other such events are so much fun for us to attend, but an amazing amount of work goes on behind the scenes. A huge piece of that work is … Keep reading >>>

Nest for your Lawn

Nest For Your Lawn

Smart Lawn? The internet of things is making certain parts of our lives really easy. One of the first and best examples is Nest, the home thermostat that “learns” your preferences and manages your HVAC system to be more efficient. Best of all, there’s an app for that. Nest … Keep reading >>>

Speakers crave real time feedback on their performance

Speakers Crave Feedback on Their Performance

Ask anyone who has ever performed in front of an audience – whether it’s speaking, music, sports, comedy, or any other performance – and they will tell you that the audience’s reaction to their performance is what energizes them. A former NFL linebacker said, “The roar of the crowd…it’s like … Keep reading >>>

App Zoro - for non-technical founders who don't write code to get their idea to market

Can Non-Technical Founders Launch a Tech Startup?

The problem with tech startup ideas is that most of them never make it to the MVP stage. How many game changing ideas have come and gone without a single user? As the saying goes, ideas are a dime a dozen. It’s execution that counts. The issue is that founders … Keep reading >>>

Freeing Returns is attacking the issue of fraudulent retail returns

Who returns stuff they didn’t even buy?

It’s pretty common knowledge that in the retail industry, inventory walks away. They call it “shrinkage”, and every store builds in a number into their financials to cover employee theft and shoplifting. However, there’s another way that retail stores take it in the teeth: fraudulent returns. A fraudulent return occurs … Keep reading >>>