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Posts tagged with Start Me Up

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Start Me Up! Hubba: the free product information network

Hubba is about keeping all that product information in one place, where everyone can access it and where the data is fit for use in marketing and commerce.

I asked the team about their future. Here's what they had to say...

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Start Me Up! Voxel: try mobile apps before you install them

Voxel places mobile apps in the cloud, enabling users to try them within ads, before they choose to install.

With mobile app advertising continuing to increase, not least on Facebook, I spoke to David Zhao, CEO of Voxel, about the company's challenges and goals.

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Start Me Up! Tracking in-venue engagement with SwipeStation

Measuring engagement in venues is tough, especially when they're not ticketed. Think your local pub for example.

This week I caught up with Sam Fresco, co-founder and director of SwipeStation, which allows for advertising and vouchering from a terminal in-venue.

Fresco launched the start-up at 23, following previous roles at Top 100 digital agency Clock. I asked him about the product and his journey.

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Start Me Up! Sporting Mouth for P2P World Cup predictions

The World Cup is upon us and if you want to stake your reputation and something other than money on a sporting event, Sporting Mouth is for you.

The app allows you to make sports predictions against friends for bragging rights and prizes.

Here's what John Owrid, the Chairman, had to say about Sporting Mouth's functionality, development challenges and future in the market.

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Start Me Up! A profile of travel site InspiredAway

The online travel sector is fiercely competitive, with airlines, agents and aggregator sites all doing battle for people’s attention and cash.

It’s becoming difficult to compete on price alone, so the user experience is an increasingly important way for sites to distinguish themselves.

Similarly, decisions on where to take your next holiday involve a lot of research, so travel brands need to focus on providing relevant content to attract potential customers.

In general the travel industry is still playing catch up in this regard, with many sites yet to even establish a decent mobile presence, which has allowed InspiredAway to steal a march on its more-established competitors.

Built using responsive design, the site provides inspiration and advice on potential holiday destinations, while also allowing users to search for the best deals.

I spoke to founder Rob Berrisford to find out more...

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Start Me Up! A profile of GIG BUDDY

The desktop is still a big part of buying gig tickets and associated travel and accommodation, but is that what users want?

As more people try to use mobiles on the go, to buy tickets etc. when they first hear about a gig, the opportunity is there for an app that encapsulates the live music experience, including sharing socially before and after the event.

This opportunity is one GIG BUDDY is hoping to capitalise on. it's a joint venture by SEE Tickets and PayPal, and built by RE:SYSTEMS. I spoke to Tim Hutchinson, Director of RE:SYSTEMS (who built the app), to get a flavour of this new service.

If you've used the app, let me know what you think.

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Start Me Up! A profile of PayasUgym.com

Gyms are one of those services that start debate. Maybe it’s because a lot of us don’t cherish the thought of visiting them, but their membership terms can seem unreasonable.

And of course you have to trawl through their individual websites, as Matt Owen has done previously.

PayasUgym.com is a start-up that aims to make gym day passes easier to obtain, giving flexibility to the gym goer.

Graeme Horne was the first employee at hungryhouse.co.uk, and has just left after seven years to join PayasUgym.com, based in London. I spoke to Graeme and CEO Jamie Ward.

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Start Me Up! A profile of Moovly, for easy animated videos

We'd all like to produce videos that convey our complicated product or brand but don't cost the Earth. Without a background in rich media, it's time consuming to create a animated video or shoot and edit your own footage.

Moovly aims to make this easier and allows the easy creation of simple animated videos. I spoke to the team to find out more about the service.

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Start Me Up! A profile of Set That

Social shopping is all the rage in our post-Pinterest world. Current industry darlings that combine a visual design with social and designers/merchants include Fab.com, The Fancy and Aha Life.

Meet new Aussie entrant Set That who want to become the next curation destination online where you can get paid to create and save sets of online products.

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Start Me Up! A profile of Lookback

Mobile companies that thrive do so through great user experience. Jonatan Littke, Founder of Lookback, believes design has taken over technology and rightly so.

Yet for all its glory, a lot of design is still being created without knowing how it will be received.

Check out more about Lookback's solution in this Q&A and let us know what you think in the comments...

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Start Me Up! A profile of CorpQNA

The founders of CorpQNA want you to sign up for a more meaningful knowledge base, that extends its use case beyond just sales or customer service departments.

We spoke with founder Douglas Tarr about exactly where his startup fits in the world of wokplace collaboration software.

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Start Me Up! A profile of Whisbi

Whisbi helps companies such as Movistar, Vodafone, Citibank and American Express increase their online revenues by bringing live video and telephony into the sales cycle.

Though it has considerable investment, and have been on the market for some time, a Start Me Up profile was due on account of its particular focus!

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