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UpTech to host seventh Community Demo Day, six startups to showcase businesses via pitch format 

UpTech, an accelerator for data-driven startups, will kick off 2019 with its UpTech 7 Community Demo Day on Thursday, January 17.

Hosted at the CTI Learning Center at The Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington, UpTech’s 7th cohort of companies will showcase their businesses via pitch format to an audience of community partners, investors, and startup enthusiasts.

Attendees will also have a first glimpse into the exciting new direction of UpTech, starting with new partnerships and new focuses of the program in 2019.

“The talent and passion of the founders in this cohort will undoubtedly impress everyone on January 17,” said UpTech Managing Director, JB Woodruff.

Doors open at 4:15 p.m. and Demo Day will begin promptly at 5 p.m. in CTI’s Learning Center.

A reception with food and drink will held immediately following the pitches. Along with food and drinks, attendees will be able to network with the UpTech companies and others in attendance.

Click here to reserve your ticket and to learn more about the event.

Sponsors of Community Demo Day are:

• Host Sponsor: CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services

• Supporting Sponsor: Graydon Law

“UpTech is 100 percent focused on inspiration and connection in 2019. Demo Day is a great place for anyone with a vested interest in innovation and entrepreneurship to join us and listen to new ideas, seek inspiration for the future and connect with others,” Woodruff said. 
Startups Pitching at Demo Day 
The six data-driven startup companies in UpTech’s 7th cohort are set to present at Demo Day, including:

* Convolytics offers deep insights on sales calls and offers suggestions on how to improve those calls. Their technology records and analyzes calls to find good and bad habits of sales reps and helps them improve their calls. Sales reps can now get better results on calls and close more deals.

* OrgAnalytix helps companies and managers be more inclusive. Their data visualization platform measures, tracks, and assesses inclusion through relationship analysis; showing leaders how unconscious bias manifests in teams and hinders efficiency, productivity and innovation.

* Plantalytics creates digital tools to help diversified farmers manage their farm business operations and connect to new local buyers.

* Weeve reduces turnover at businesses by providing a better way to understand and act on employee feedback. Weeve replaces sterile annual surveys with Kim – an AI chatbot that has candid conversations with employees at scale. With the anonymity of a survey and the empathy of a face-to-face interaction, Weeve provides team leaders with more frequent, more actionable insights.

* TruCircle helps mental health professionals acquire and retain patients allowing healthcare professionals to provide the best care while growing their private, group, or enterprise practice.

* Apex Sports delivers drills, techniques and tips from the best athletes in the world through an interactive and easy to consume online platform. Amateur athletes can now learn how to improve their game directly from the pros. Anytime. Anywhere.

UpTech is Greater Cincinnati’s premier accelerator for data-driven startups, recognized in 2017 as a top 30 program in the nation. The 5+1-month accelerator program develops investable startups through intense education and mentorship in crucial areas of business development. For more information on UpTech, click here.


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