The February PichForce event presented six very diverse startups that pitched to a panel of angel investors and VCs: Sophia Collier, Principal of Point Reyes Management and Super Angel, Mike McCormick, Principal at Rubicon Venture Capital, Daniel Darling, Managing Director at Darling Ventures, Paul Weiss, Angel Investor and Dave Mosby, Executive Director of the Keiretsu Academy.
Bolt Motorbikes builds smart and sporty, fully-electric motorbike with the thrill of a motorcycle and the ease of a bicycle.
Crowdz is a mobile commerce app with a local perspective, helping local businesses connect to the growing number of mobile-first consumers though the power of crowdbuying.
DataVirtuality is the world’s first Logical Data Warehouse starting a new era in how organizations access, manage and analyze data.
Fogo helps hikers and campers plan their adventure, navigate and communicate while in the outdoors, track their activity and avoid getting lost.
Qidza is an app platform that helps parents track and participate in their children’s development, starting at birth.
Selly Automotive is a San Francisco-based software company disrupting an underserved segment of the $1.1 trillion car buying and selling ecosystem.
Congratulations to Zach Klempf, Selly Automotive for winning first place based on the panel vote.
Runner up Dustin Bouch, Fogo.
Jin Lee, Ph.D, Qidza and Josh Rasmussen, Bolt Motorbikes share third place.