Atlanta Startup Village: The 5 Companies Demoing Their Product

This Thursday (9/27) is the first Atlanta Startup Village (details here). It’s going to be great, mainly because of the people and companies participating. We have a great line up of startups from bootstrapped-profit machines to million-dollar ventures. Without further ado, below are the presenting companies:

TripLingo makes award-winning mobile apps to help travelers talk like a local and overcome the language barriers while traveling abroad.

Rigor provides software and services to help ecommerce companies increase sales by improving the performance and availability of their websites.

SalesLoft helps sales reps close more deals by providing a stream of intelligence about the people and companies the sales rep cares about.

Insightpool sorts through all the big data and identifies the most relevant influencers for your purpose, whether it’s your next loyal customer, your ideal market research respondent, or your ultimate brand ambassador.

BrightWhistle‘s first-in-class digital marketing solution delivers new patient leads for health care providers – and the agencies that serve them.

We’ll have two pony kegs thanks to Joe Gallagher of Foundry Coffee and some pizza thanks to BrightWhistle. The demos start at 7 p.m. but the pizza arrives at 6:45 p.m. See many of you there!

Detail Reminders:

Time: Thursday, September 27th at 7:00
Location: Hypepotamus (Bottom floor the Biltmore Hotel)
Who: Anybody who wants to learn, be constructive, positive, and helpful.

Afterwards, we’ll be playing a few games of werewolf. It’s awesome. 

Atlanta Startup Village is co-hosted by Chris Beauregard of MailChimp and Jon Birdsong of WideAngle – 1 on 1 Meeting software, in coordination with the amazing staff of the Atlanta Tech Village.


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