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Posts tagged with Start Me Up

Start me up! A profile of email sentiment service Chorus

Chorus is a startup based in Australia which takes sentiment monitoring to another level by allowing customer support teams, marketing departments and PR professionals to analyse and prioritise the emails they receive. 

It helps internal structures and processes to focus on the negative issues first, meaning that customer experience is managed on an intelligent basis, according to severity. 

We caught up with Dave Trindall, one of the co-founders, to discuss sentiment monitoring, delivering excellent customer service, the problems with current email systems and, of course, Chorus itself. 


Start me up! A profile of nToklo

Ntoklo logo Reports regularly show that nothing drives online retail conversions like recommendations from friend, but some businesses have struggled to implement a simple recommendation system.  

We spoke to nToklo, a new product that aims to solve this problem by making the recommendation model truly social.

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Start Me Up! A profile of LoveThis

Launched earlier this month, LoveThis intends to be the place where friends share their recommendations on everything from restaurants to plumbers. 

LoveThis was founded by Alexis Dormandy, former Virgin Group board member. I've been asking Alexis about his new business...


Start Me Up! A profile of Huddlebuy

Huddlebuy is a startup which describes itself as 'Groupon for small businesses'. It's aim is to allow small firms to receive the same bulk order discounts that larger firms benefit from. 

We've been asking Co-Founder Per Larsen about Huddlebuy... 

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Start Me Up! A profile of askalo

German startup askalo (ask a local) is a location based Q&A community which is available in 39 different countries. 

Users can ask a question about local facilities, restaurants etc, and get tips from people with local knowledge.

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Start Me Up! A profile of Crowdbeacon

Described by some as a cross between Quora and Yelp, Crowdbeacon is a location based platform, with an iPhone app already released, and Android versions on the way. 

It provides localised information to users based on what they need and where they are. For example, a user could ask for the best restaurant serving Chinese food in New York, and other users will chip in with their suggestions. 


Start Me Up! A profile of Rapportive

Rapportive is a tool which adds rich profiles for your contacts in Gmail, linking them to profiles on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and more. 


We asked Rapportive CEO Rahul Vohra about the company... 


Q&A: Darren Fell of online accountancy Crunch

Crunch - Darren Fell headshot

Crunch is an online accountancy service for freelancers, contractors and small businesses, and recently received funding from Bebo co-founder Paul Birch and former Skype Chairman Michael van Swaaij. 

I've been asking Crunch MD Darren Fell about the business...


Start Me Up! A profile of Copify

copifyThis week on Start Me Up we speak to Martin Harrison, CEO of Copify.

Whatever kind of marketing you are involved in, there's almost always a need for quality, relevant copy. Copify is attempting to take the hard work out of sourcing freelance copy at short notice.


Start Me Up! A profile of Lymbix

Lymbix-logoThis week on Start Me Up we’re looking at Canadian company Lymbix, which deals in connotative software for email, and has been causing a media stir lately with their latest product Tonechecker.

This connotative software helps measure the tone and impact of words used in emails and other communications. 

We spoke to founder Matt Eldridge to find out more…


Start Me Up! A profile of Addoway.com

Today we hear from Addoway, a startup that hopes to make waves in the online marketplaces arena. Addoway president and co-founder Fredrick Nijm explains all... 


Start Me Up! A profile of Keynoir

Launched recently, Keynoir is a new take on the group buying concept, which showcases one offer at a time on high quality restaurants, spas, hotels, and other experiences around London. It has secured a first round of funding worth £1.3m from Index Ventures and PROfounders Capital.

I've been talking to co-founder Glen Drury, previously CEO of Kelkoo, about the concept.

If you run a startup and fancy a Start Me Up profile then please throw your hat in the ring by emailing editor@econsultancy.com.