The NDRC Investor Day is taking place on Tuesday 24th October 2017 at 9.30 am and will showcase Ireland’s best digital startups.

The National Digital Research Centre (NDRC), the investor in young digital companies, will be hosting an Investor Day in partnership with the Bank of Ireland, with 11 new startup ventures emerging from its accelerator programmes.

The companies will be competing for €30,000 in finishing investment from NDRC.

The Judges for NDRC Investor Day will be: Nicola McClafferty, Draper Esprit; Steve Collins, Frontline Ventures; David Bowles, Delta Partners; Ben Hurley, CEO, NDRC.

Digital ventures pitching at the event:

EquiRatings

EquiRatings is a sports data and analytics company dedicated to equestrian sports. It helps federations around the world commercialise their database and provides risk and performance insights.

DwellDown

DwellDown lets users rate, review and compare their rentals. DwellDown helps tenants discover the ideal place to call home through sharing and transparency.

Medit

Medit is a knowledge sharing platform for medical professionals – helping them learn from the collective expertise of the medical community and discover quality content, shaped to their needs by artificial intelligence.

Horus

Horus has developed the Horus Sentinel, the world’s first intelligent, cloud-connected sensor which acts as an early warning device to identify failures in machines.

Stride

Stride makes career discovery personal. Stride uses machine learning to bring relevant and authentic information to every student, inspiring great college and career choices.

Izzy Wheels

Izzy Wheels provides a collection of stylish wheel covers for wheelchairs, transforming a medical device into a piece of fashion and self-expression.

TravaPlan

TravaPlan has developed a new way to deliver convenience control and compliance to unmanaged business travel, the largest and fastest-growing sector of the business travel market.

Sroomm

Sroomm helps people look for roommates by matching and connecting them with the right person, based on compatibility.

Melosity

Melosity has created an online community for musicians to connect with like-minded people, and an online studio to enable them create music easily, from anywhere.

Trezeo

Trezeo provides financial stability for self-employed workers in the gig economy by turning unpredictable income into reliable regular payments.

Profile 90

Profile 90 takes traditional sport talent identification and scouting to the next level, by integrating the latest scientific insights.

Investor Day will take place at NDRC, Digital Exchange, Crane St, Dublin D08 HKR9


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