Who are you going to vote for?
By Jessica Schimm (Editorial Assistant, Women 2.0)
We have an incredible lineup of PITCH Finalists this year. Get ready for an awesome competition!
The ten PITCH judges will be choosing one to take the win, while the rest of us get to enjoy the competition and vote one team for the people’s choice award. Get familiar with our finalists before they hit the stage!
- Farmstr – an online marketplace where sustainable farmers, fishers and ranchers sell directly to local customers through an easy-to-use transaction based platform that facilitates sales and relationships.
Ranku – a discovery engine for online degrees from traditional (non-profit) universities like Georgetown and ASU.
Fosubo – a B2B SaaS solution that allows customers to easily create reviews for specific employees with whom they’ve interacted.
ZaoZao – the ultimate online destination to discover one-of-a-kind pieces made by emerging designers in Asia.
Renter Resume – matches renters with ideal homes based on the information needed to sign a lease: their income, credit, criminal and eviction histories.
WorkZeit – enables recruiters to find candidates that are the best fit for a company, team or manager and provides CEOs and executives a visualization of their company’s cultural DNA, to monitor and manage the changes occurring through growth.
Pretty Padded Room – provides online therapy to women on their own time and on their own terms.
SupportPay – the first automated child support payment platform that enables parents to share child expenses and exchange child support directly with each other.
Sense.ly – is a personalized, “Siri-like” virtual assistant for chronic illness.
- Agorique – curates a portfolio of independent fashion brands and vetted multi-brand retailers providing them an exclusive B2B online trade show experience 365 days per year to improve the search, discovery and wholesale transactions.
Watch them receive live PITCH feedback at our San Francisco Conference!
Jessica Schimm (@JessicaSchimm) is the assistant editor at Women 2.0. She is a recent graduate of San Francisco State where she earned a B.A. in journalism and was the editor-in-chief of SF State’s Her Campus chapter. She has a strong interest in women’s issues and writes about them on her blog.