Our fourth Start-up Alley, in conjunction with BNZ, saw a strong and stirring range of entries. We would have loved to showcase every entry, but due to rules, only six finalists could be selected..and here they are.
Good luck to all of them!
“We’re ecstatic to be included as a finalist in Webstock! Yay!
Banqer is a platform for teaching financial literacy; think online banking for kids matched with purpose built teaching resources. It all comes together in the classroom to help teach financial life skills in a fun, engaging way that’s inline with the New Zealand curriculum.
“We’re excited about testing FactorFree in the cauldron of BNZ Start-up Alley! Online security is something we all know we should take more seriously, but in real life, it’s normally too much hassle. FactorFree removes the pain of security with a service that adds high-security multi-factor login to a website so seamlessly that users will be protected without even noticing it.”
– Carl Penwarden – FactorFree
“We’re transforming a 180 year old coaching model, desperate for innovation. Moxiee finally lets health, fitness & wellness coaches scale their business and change more lives than ever before. I can’t wait to go to my first Webstock, and I see BNZ Start-up Alley as the perfect stage to take Moxiee to the world.”
– Alex Asher – Founder of Moxiee
“Rave Build is a complete Enterprise Management Software for residential builders. Our cloud-based system helps homebuilders and subcontractors save time and money by managing their businesses with efficiency never before possible. We are delighted to be selected as one of the BNZ Start-up Alley finalists and look forward to taking part.”
– Barry Ward – Rave Build
“We’re thrilled to be finalists in this year’s BNZ Start-Up Alley and will look forward to introducing Syngency’s cloud platform for modelling, talent and acting agencies to everyone at Webstock this year!”
Ryan Marshall – Syngency
“Have you ever spent hours researching something online? Did you end up with 80 tabs open and a foggy head—wondering ‘What was I even looking at?’
Trailblazer fixes that. It’s an upgrade to Google Chrome which turns your research into a glanceable map. It shows you where you were, how you got there and what was important. You can pick up the trail again whether it’s 3 minutes or 3 months later.
We can’t wait to connect with all you lovely people at Webstock. Keep an eye out for us on Twitter (@TrailblazerApp) and in person. Look for the man wearing inappropriate goggles.”
– Andy Wilkinson – Trailblazer