They have arrived – meet the 7 startups of Fall 2016
We are super excited to present the 7 new startups that will be attending the program for THINK Accelerate Fall 2016:
Dashle is Sweden’s first transactional hair and beauty booking marketplace, matching tech savvy and time poor clients with stylists through a unique photo discovery layer. Clients can browse images of the work of reviewed stylists and book them at a time, location and price that suits them.
Atakama is a service that offers a better investment solution both for institutional investors and for people with a savings account. We create effective investment strategies by selecting profitable trading algorithms developed by an open community from all over the world.
Brantu is fashion price comparison website, that integrates all online fashion stores and a mission to provide best price in fashion. Enabling users to compare prices of the same product or find related styles at a lower price.
BigHeart is an app that allows the user to donate money to a charity organization by allowing ads on their phone locking screen. The user is in charge of how often and what type of ads that are seen and can choose which charity organization that receives the money.
Workshop Butler is a platform for training companies and workshop facilitators. It helps them to manage events by automating routine tasks and integrating with their websites.
Car.Info is an extensive portal and database for eveything car related. It provides you with all the information you could possible want for a specific car or about a specific brand model.
weAdventure.org is an online marketplace for people to discover and book exciting local outdoor adventures around the world. weAdventure is on a social impact mission to promote passionate adventure guides and professional instructors, connecting travelers directly with locals.
THINK provides early-stage technology startups with an intensive 12-week global acceleration program. THINK startups receive an international network of mentors, expert-led workshops, personalized business coaching, introductions to top investors, and free services from partners including Microsoft, IBM and Amazon. Offers from THINK’s partners have a combined value of over $275,000 per startup.