Their data centers process more than 800,000 transactions per second and the company states that it produces accurate audience measurement to over 100 million web destinations.
It was a collaboration between NJ Tech Meetup and The Hatchery (New York), a venture collaboration forum.
It was the first time this event had been held in New Jersey, and NJ Tech Meetup organizer Aaron Price said it had gone so well that the group plans to make it an annual event. for the startups, who signed up for various time slots with the investors.
Hopefully you get a couple of emails back,” he noted.
Romero said he was selective in choosing the investors he wanted to talk to.
The investors we spoke with also expressed satisfaction with their experiences.
Ron Adams of Next Stage Capital (Audubon, Pa.) said the event was a “super-effective opportunity to see a broad range of companies and business models in a compact time period” and called it “a great source of deal flow for an early-stage investor such as Next Stage.” He added that he was impressed by most of the entrepreneurs and their ability to convey the core of their business within such a short time frame.
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We look forward to staying close to and supporting the New Jersey tech community." On the startup side, What Are Minds For (Newark) founder Michael Liguori said that during one of his meetings an investor offered to put him in touch with one of his portfolio companies that was a potential customer.
Liguori’s product, Vognition, integrates natural-language voice controls with home automation and other equipment, such as thermostats.
He also noted that he saw companies from both New Jersey and New York.