Over the past two days, we’ve previewed five of the fourteen DreamIt companies in detail as a preview to the incubator’s Demo Day event on August 11th.
There are nine other companies that didn’t wish to demo products to Technically Philly, but we still dug up some basic facts to prepare you for their launch.
Thanks to DreamIt’s partnership with Startl, the remaining companies are a diverse blend of education tools and web applications worthy of a look.
Demo Day previews:
Part One :Giveloop, Adapt.ly, Yunno
Part Two:8tysix, Campus Sponsorship
Part Three : The rest
NuMote – NuMote joins in the crowded social television watching space with an iPhone application that allows users to receive television recommendations from friends. How crowded? Well they aren’t even the first social television company in Philadelphia.
AppNowGo – Run by Lancaster natives Brandon Griggs and Michael Boyle, AppNowGo lives up to its name by offering the easy creation of web applications.
MindSnacks – Founded by Jesse Pickard, Mindsnacks has yet to exit stealth mode.
Pocket Tales – Bennan Knotts, Yaw Aning and AmmaAning are behind this social education game to encourage reading among students. The company received significant attention in CBS3’s profile of Steve Welch and Dreamit
Vozeeme – Sticking out amongst a slew of education and social media companies, Vozeeme is a marketplace for carriers and shippers.
LearnBat – LearnBat provides communication tools for tutors and students to facilitate long-distance learning.
Tembo Studio – Tembo is keeping quiet, not indicating what they are working on, but we hear they’re developing educational games.
Matchlend – Being incubated and receiving funding from DreamIt … is a company focusing on giving funding to businesses.