Brand Retail Innovation Meetup – Plug and Play Tech Center
Wednesday, November 13, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PST)
The Brand Retail Innovation Meetup connects the most innovative retail and e-commerce startups with the top brands, retailers, and technology enablers around the globe to enable value creation, to provide BizDev opportunities and to boost innovation. Our community consists of over 100 startups changing the world of retail and e-commerce and more than 50 corporations.
The Brand and Retail Center of Innovation at Plug and Play will hold a Meetup event on November 13th featuring the most innovative retail-focused startups and entrepreneurs who are changing the world of retail.
Here are the startups that are going to pitch this year…
SmartAssistant: Provides the world’s leading technology for interactive product advice with guided selling solutions that integrate seamlessly into brands’ and retailers’ websites and kiosk/tablet applications at the point of sale.
ShoppinPal: a mobile shopping app that is fully integrated with various POS systems, and highly actionable analytics for stores.
ShoppingScout: With ShoppingScout’s simple list building tool Engage3 you can create a list in seconds with real products, prices and stores in your neighborhood.
The Mad Video: a platform to make videos clickable and monetize them, just by tagging products, places or people appearing on them.
IndoorAtlas: the world’s first company to utilize magnetic anomalies inside buildings and smartphones to pinpoint positions indoors.
Boardwalk: helps companies improve business results by providing a next-generation technology platform that enables companies to automate existing and build new business processes using a library of business process templates integrated with your systems of record.
Allthecooks: a social cooking app available on Android, iPhone, iPad, Windows8 and web, where you can not only find recipes, but also talk and follow cooks from all over the world.
Flame Retail Analytics: Flame is a cloud service that use existing video cameras to help brick and mortar retailers understand their customer’s behavior (how they move in the store, where they stop, etc), measure, improve and increase sales.