Eight startups pitched their wares at the 1776 event. (Photo courtesy of Brooke Rightnour/Williamsburg Hotel)
Eight Brooklyn startups pitched their products and services attempting to solve the problems of city life in front of a sold-out audience at incubator 1776 Wednesday night.
Each of the startups brought something to the table, from ideas on improving web experiences with deep hyperlinking, to improving the user experience of governments through Facebook Messenger and SMS texting.
But there were three startups in particular that grabbed our attention (and the attention of one of the evening’s judges, J.J. Kasper, as it turned out).Read Complete Article