Grab your RISE ticket before it all kicks off 4 weeks from now
–Last month we announced our sister conference Collision will be coming to New Orleans next year. We’re pretty obsessed with the magical city. The team here at RISE HQ are delighted to welcome our American friends to Hong Kong in July.
In the meantime, we’ve put together a list of over 20 startups that will be exhibiting. Take a look and when you get to Hong Kong, have a chat when you find them as you’re exploring the venue. They’re working some pretty cool things.
ChuiChui is a smart doorbell. What’s that? An intelligent doorbell that uses facial recognition to make your home keyless, secure, and individualised. That’s right – your face becomes a key that can unlock the front door, while enabling connected devices tailored to your preferences. This was doorbell who knows who you are began as a crowd funding project, and we really, really want to get one for the office!
PinklionPinklion talk about there being a lot of stuff on the Internet. That’s why they score the globe every day for the best independent brands and must-haves. Basically, they handpick the best stuff for you and make it all available in one place. This highly-curated shopping experience means a focus on killer design, resulting in beautiful presence on pretty much every social platform you explore the company on. Based in Houston, Texas, the experience has been described as curated shopping with the heart of a lion.
re:3dWe’re stoked to welcome this crowd to RISE, as they joined us at Collision in May and were crowned winners of our PITCH competition there. Gigabot, re:3D’s flagship technology, is an industrial-strength 3D printing solution, 30 times bigger than desktop printers, and costing under $10,000. re:3D is led by robotics engineers from the labs of NASA and a repeat entrepreneur CEO. re:3D is committed to democratising human-scale 3D printing solutions using new materials such as recycled plastics.
MORE US STARTUPS ATTENDING RISE:
Social Data Collective
Benchmark Internet Group