Top 10 Startups at Collision 2015 – Sorted by The Growth Score

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On May 5th and 6th, Downtown Las Vegas will be home to the 2015 Collision technology conference.

The event brings together some of the biggest entrepreneurs and investors in the tech community to network and build relationships that often turn into investment opportunities.

At Mattermark, we’ve been keeping an eye on the fastest growing companies in attendance with our deal intelligence platform. The list below is sorted by our Growth Score. The Growth Score is calculated with Mattermark’s Mindshare Score, which quantifies metrics from app downloads, social media traction, website traffic and press mentions, in addition to number of employees and capital raised over time.

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We ranked this exciting group of Collision attendees and found the following 10 with the highest Growth Score:

  • Andy OS, Andy is a free downloadable Android OS that seamlessly connects all of your Android mobile devices with your PC. Mattermark Growth Score: 1458.
  • Kontakt.io, is a Polish internet-of-things startup that offers its own Beacon platform. Mattermark Growth Score: 1192.
  • Dramatize, is an online video service that streams Indian TV shows. Mattermark Growth Score: 1166.
  • Unbabel, is a human corrected machine translation service that enables businesses to communicate globally. Mattermark Growth Score: 1002.
  • Dissolve, provides high-quality footage for use in professional television and web-based advertising work. Mattermark Growth Score: 999.
  • Branch Metrics, helps you personalize the install experience for every new use through a referral and sharing platform. Mattermark Growth Score: 957.
  • Canary, is a smart home security system for everyone. Mattermark Growth Score: 933.
  • Drizly, powers the delivery of beer, wine and liquor to consumers across the United States. Mattermark Growth Score: 896.
  • Bey2ollak, is a cross platform mobile application for people to exchange info about traffic. Mattermark Growth Score: 866.
  • Sinch, provides real time communications to give apps Cloud VoIP features. Mattermark Growth Score: 861

If you’re hosting an upcoming tech conference and would like us to publish a post similar to this, feel free to email us at Editor@Mattermark.com. You can also tweet at us at @Mattermark.

To learn about how the Growth Score is calculated, read more here.

© Mattermark 2015. Sources: Mattermark Research, Crunchbase, AngelList.

AngelPad January 2015 Demo Day – Sorted By Growth Score

 

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Yesterday, AngelPad, in San Francisco, hosted their Demo Day for their Winter 2014 class. 13 companies pitched their products to an audience of VCs, Angel Investors and decision makers at large tech companies, in hopes of closing their next round of funding. At Mattermark, we’ve tracked the startups with our business intelligence platform. The list below is sorted by our Growth Score. The Growth Score is calculated with Mattermark’s Mindshare Score, which quantifies metrics from app downloads, social media traction, website traffic and press mentions, in addition to number of employees and capital raised over time.

We ranked this outstanding batch of AngelPad companies and found the following five with the highest Growth Score:

  • Publet, is a content marketing solution amplifying B2B white papers and collateral through social and mobile platforms to generate sales leads. Mattermark Growth Score: 315.
  • HireCanvas, enables companies to recruit top talent leveraging employees and their university networks. Mattermark Growth Score: 120.
  • Mammoth, is a web and mobile application for groups to collect, discuss and publish content. Mattermark Growth Score: 102.
  • HelloSponsor, is a platform enabling brand advertisers to find, buy and track sponsorships at scale. Mattermark Growth Score: 82.
  • OpenSilo, is a B2B Customer Success and CRM application for companies to support their API developers. Mattermark Growth Score: 27.

There is not enough data for the other 8 companies to generate a Growth or Mindshare Score, but here they are:

  • CStorePro, is a SaaS application for convenience store operations and procurement.
  • CourseLoads, is a mobile-first service for college students providing overnight delivery of laundry, snacks and personal care items to dorm rooms.
  • Pitchtop, is a SaaS platform to successfully prepare and launch products leveraging crowdfunding.
  • Allay, is an HR and benefits platform for insurance brokers and their customers.
  • ViralTag, is a marketing platform for visual content used by over 3,000 businesses. It saves time and drives traffic by publishing your viral content to multiple social networks with a single click.
  • Agentdesks, builds a virtual network of real estate agents through a mobile CRM enabling agents to work independently from their brokerage firm.
  • Cookunity, provides families with home-style meals cooked by real chefs in a central kitchen.
  • Process Street, is a B2B SaaS application helping business create and track processes using super-powered checklists.

You can be be introduced to the founders of these startups with AngelPad’s intro tool.

Did you know that you can use Mattermark to search for companies based on accelerator programs? Simply sign up for a free trial and use our Advanced Search and Filters to sort, track, and compare companies from accelerator programs like AngelPad, Y Combinator, 500 Startups, TechStars, RockHealth, and more.

If you know of an upcoming accelerator demo day and would like us to publish a post similar to this with the goal of conveying the growth of each company, feel free to email us at Editor@Mattermark.com. You can also tweet at us at @Mattermark.

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To learn more about how the Growth Score is calculated, learn more here.

© Mattermark 2015. Sources: Mattermark Research, Crunchbase, AngelList.

2014 Startup Traction Report Now Available for Pre-Order from Mattermark

As 2014 comes to a close, I’ve been thinking about how we can bootstrap more in-depth research efforts for the New Year including reports that take 20+ hours to write. To kick off these experiments, today I’m excited to announce that our 2014 Startup Traction Report is available for pre-order and you can pay what you want. I’m recommending $1 this time since it is our first report of this kind (which we plan to make annual or perhaps even quarterly, depending on interest) and we haven’t proven anything yet, but I hope people who have come to love our content will contribute more for this 100 page in-depth research research report.

Pre-order the 2014 Startup Traction Report

Here’s a teaser of what you can expect, this graph is examining the 6 month change in employee counts at startups – broken out by stage:

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copyright Mattermark © 2015 (Source: Mattermark Research, Source: Crunchbase, Source: AngelList)

I’m still working on the final draft, but it is loaded with color graphs backed by hours and hours of spreadsheeting and analysis. I’ve loved writing this report, and there are plenty of surprises and counterintuitive insights I’m excited to share.

Pre-order the 2014 Startup Traction Report

© Mattermark 2015. Sources: Mattermark Research, Crunchbase, AngelList.

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