Meet the PITCH semi finalists

Meet the PITCH semi finalists

August 1, 2015 by Anna O'Hare

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If you were at RISE yesterday and saw the action going down on the PITCH stage you will agree that it was pretty unbelievable. The standard of the startups pitching was incredibly high. Let’s take a look at the semi-finalists…

Who are the semi-finalists and what are they doing in one sentence?

Ambi Labs
Learns your habits, auto adjusts your air con for maximum comfort and energy savings – all controlled by your phone.

Eliminates the “Sorry-We-Missed-You” card received when the courier calls with your online purchase.

The first wearable smart device for musicians; a vibrating metronome that allows you to feel the beat and play music in rhythm.

Allows users to search, discover and shop fashion by image recognition, text search or celebrity style feed.

Smart Agriculture Analytics
Accelerates sales for AgTech providers in new markets through a bilingual platform that selects relevant lead data for clients.

A simple test to help physicians predict the right drug, dosage and list of adverse drug reactions for patients based on DNA.

The Typewriter
Aims to provide quality news and opinion articles from the local perspectives of those on the ground.


Making it quick and easy to find out what other people think.


How will it all go down?

The competition semi-finals will take place from 9:15 – 10:30am on the PITCH Stage, with 4 companies pitching in each. Then 3 companies in total will qualify for the final.
Absolutely make sure you’re at Centre Stage at 11:40am for the final. The winner will be announced by Paddy Cosgrave and Ricky Kapur, MD of Google Cloud Platform for Asia Pacific and Japan at 1pm.

Interested to see who’s judging? Find out here.

What’s up for grabs? US$100,000 worth of free credit for one year applicable to all Google Cloud Platform products and more.

See you bright and early!

About the Author

Anna O'Hare
Anna is a storyteller at heart and is particularly passionate about telling the stories of startups. After returning from a year working in New York City's tech sector, she now writes for Collision, Web Summit, RISE and SURGE.