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DEMO Mobile 2013 Conference Launches Latest Mobile Innovations for Consumer, Enterprise, Social, Commerce Landscapes

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — (Marketwired) — 04/17/13 — today showcased a carefully selected demonstrator class devoted to Mobile Health, Mobile Work, Mobile Frontiers, Mobile Platforms and Mobile Social, as well as insightful expert conversations about the prospects and impact of these exciting technologies and applications. In true DEMO conference fashion, the 23 demonstrators and six Alpha Pitch companies handpicked for this one-day event illustrated where mobile computing will make its greatest impacts in the lives of individuals and businesses of all sizes, services and products.

“Even with nearly one million mobile apps each for iOS and Android, we-ve just begun to scratch the surface of how these technologies can change our lives,” said Erick Schonfeld, executive producer of DEMO Mobile. “This conference is about showcasing breakthrough mobile products which promise to have a deep impact not only in the way we communicate, socialize, and play, but also in the way we work. The companies we-ve carefully selected represent the most cutting-edge mobile technologies available today.”

In addition to demonstrators launching from DEMO Mobile 2013, several key thought leaders and veteran entrepreneurs took the stage to offer their tips for mobile success. The most anticipated speaker was legendary entrepreneur, investor and mentor , who revealed how other entrepreneurs can identify and profit from industry shifts. Additionally, -s Tom Conrad, alongside – Chris Dixon and -s Jason Jacobs, shared how mobile entrepreneurs can reach 10 million users, and provided tips to keep those users coming back for more. DEMO Mobile 2013 also featured the first , where inaugural speaker and godfather of the Lean Startup movement addressed the challenges posed by the mobile environment. As part of his presentation, he brought onstage several founder practitioners who have found ways around mobile-s limitations, including -s Matt Brezina, -s Gentry Underwood, and -s Deena Varshavskaya.

Other speaker highlights include key executives and -Founder Judges- — those who provided critiques and feedback to each demonstrating company:

Aileen Lee, Founder, Cowboy Ventures

Aseem Sood, Head of Mobile Product Management, Dropbox

Chi-Hua Chien, General Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

Colleen Baik, Designer, Twitter

Craig Walker, CEO & Founder, Firespotter Labs

Dr. Michael Harries, Chief Technologist, Citrix Startup Accelerator

Evan Doll, Co-Founder, Flipboard

Garrett Camp, Founder & Chairman, StumbleUpon

Jeff Clavier, Founder & Managing Partner, SoftTech VC

Justin Kan, Founder & CEO, Exec

Mary Lou Jepsen, Founder & CEO, Pixel Qi Corporation

Rich Miner, General Partner, Google Ventures

The inaugural DEMO Mobile conference — part of the long-standing — showcased a carefully selected demonstrator class devoted to mobile computing, which is taking over the world of apps and devices, reconfiguring the consumer, enterprise, social, and commerce landscapes. Each company shared a six-minute demonstration of their technology with DEMO-s audience of technology innovators, decision-makers, press and investors in an attempt to secure funding, establish critical business relationships, and influence early adopters. In addition to the elite demonstrator class, DEMO Mobile 2013 also showcased its popular Alpha Pitch program, where early stage entrepreneurs and pre-launch companies were given 90 seconds to share their prototypes with the savvy DEMO crowd.

This year-s DEMO Mobile 2013 product debuts included technologies designed for Mobile Health, Mobile Work, Mobile Frontiers, Mobile Platforms and Mobile Social:

– A mobile fitness studio with personalized content, progress tracking and social fitness.
– An ultra-low-cost smartphone-connected thermometer. Along with its app, this technology will ultimately provide more valuable information than just a temperature.
– A mobile telepresence application that allows medical device manufacturers to offer guaranteed product support in and out of the operating room.
– A mobile solution to guide heart attack patients through rehabilitation.

– A real-time, panoramic-HD multi-imager video camera and server which delivers 200 degrees -wide video streams to anyone/anywhere on their personal devices.
– Intuitive mobile apps to streamline chaotic field coordination in the construction industry, made by and for industry professionals.
– Simplifies and integrates work and social messaging using visual and touch capabilities of modern computing devices.
– Mobile inbox for salespeople with contextual “tiles” to interact with CRM data.

offers MakerSwarm – Reimagines app authoring as collaboration among swarms of connected products, letting users build tools directly on devices in minutes not months.
– The most advanced platform in the intelligent Virtual Assistant market, but goes further: “the interface to our digital life.”
– Software that makes it possible to control a mobile device just by looking at it. By combining eye control with existing means of control, like touch, tilt, and key press, they make it easier and more natural to use a mobile device.
– Interactive mobile platform for brand marketing, entertainment, business to consumer, mobile commerce and education.
offers Apps in Orbit – Democratizes access to space exploration, images and data through a user programmable space platform, for $250/week.

– Radically simplifies enterprise security and compliance. With 100% cloud solution and zero install, it-s a perfect balance between IT control & end user productivity.
– Followapps-s SaaS platform comprises a dashboard (apps performance), analytics (key metrics), watch (competition) and conservation (Push marketing (SDK) and PMS).
– A mobile app that lets people collect content from wherever it lives and organize it all together in a cloud-based binder.
offers built.io – With a reliable & scalable backend as a service, built.io takes the heavy lifting out of making an app.
– A software layer that turns guest wifi networks into a platform for customer interaction by having your onsite visitors trade their social id for network access.

– A mobile social messaging app with voice, video, text and images to all contacts in an address book.
– Mobile style assistant for making smart fashion and home design decisions.
offers Beer Hunt – An app that celebrates the beer drinker. Light on utility and heavy on fun — Beer Hunt is designed to be well branded and visually remarkable.
– The easy and fast way to share and discover meaningful recommendations on places with friends.
– Allows users to create events TripIt-style and effortlessly discover and share them Pinterest-style.

– For users addicted to music, movies, hobbies, and technology. Addiction allows people to share with people online and create real life events.
– Building a hardware and software solution that will convert developing world water systems into “smart” water systems.
– An app to verify ownership of print books to enable publishers to retroactively bundle e-books with print books and offer associated services.
– Like a conventional camera for 3D particularly when it comes to ease of use. It immediately produces 3D models and records motion of whatever it sees.
– Solves the coordination problems of group travel. Travefy helps groups socially find the best date / location for their group and book hotels.
– Turns language to pictures by translating typed descriptions into visual scenes for entertainment, communication, and sharing.

DEMO gives both emerging and established companies from around the world the opportunity to showcase technologies in front of an audience who can expertly evaluate the potential of groundbreaking business plans poised to take mobile computing to the next level. As part of this, Showcase winner and Angel Alley winner also took the stage.

The Mobile DEMO God Awards are presented to the DEMO Mobile companies that exhibit exceptional potential to thrive in the market while inspiring and stimulating the DEMO audience. Congratulations to the following companies that were honored with Mobile DEMO God Awards during DEMO Mobile 2013:


Panacast from Altia Systems, Inc.

Volio, Inc.

MakerSwarm from MAYA Design

Beer Hunt from Monkey Inferno

All DEMO Mobile 2013 demonstrators will also be eligible for the new startup pitch contest. Powered by viral marketing platform , WinDemoMobile.com will allow startups to pitch their companies in “30 seconds or less,” then let fans vote for their favorite startups in different categories. The contest will run from April 18th to April 24th. Voters will be able to see the most trending startups in a real-time dashboard and those with the most votes and “shares” will win.

As DEMO continues to evolve and expand, so does the conference-s presence on a global scale. DEMO-s Global Launch Program allows startups from all over the world to have the chance to launch their innovative technologies and gain exposure. Upcoming international conferences include:

June 3-4, 2013

June 25-26, 2013

September 15, 2013

Silicon Valley, CA, October 1-17, 2013

Nairobi, Kenya, October 24-26, 2013

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If you-re interested in attending or being a part of the DEMO Fall 2013 class, or are interested in learning more about DEMO International, please visit .

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AARP, Citrix Startup Accelerator, Microsoft BizSpark, Porter Novelli, Startup America Partnership and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.

ABD, The Brenner Group, Comerica Bank, Cooley LLP, Deloitte, Fandrop, First Republic Bank, The Founders Club, IDG Ventures, Invest Northern Ireland, Merrill Lynch, Nakedwines.com, NASDAQ OMX, NEC, Northern Trust, Silicon Valley Bank, Social Radius, Stifel, TriNet, VCNetwork and William Blair.

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Produced by the IDG Enterprise events group, the DEMO conferences in the United States, Asia, Brazil, Africa, India and Europe focus on emerging technologies and new products innovations, which are hand selected from across the spectrum of the technology marketplace. The DEMO conferences have earned their reputation for consistently identifying tomorrow-s cutting-edge technologies, and have served as launch pad events for companies such as Palm, E*Trade, Handspring, and U.S. Robotics, helping them to secure venture funding, establish critical business relationships, and influence early adopters. For more information on the DEMO conferences, visit .

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