Beta.MN Reveals 12 Tech Startups Appearing At Their Next /Showcase

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Beta.MN is back in action on April 11th from 5:30 to 8pm at the Machine Shop.

The ‘show and tell’ format has become a popular staple for local tech startups to connect directly with the Minnesota tech community. A preliminary ticket batch just soldout, while another will open up around 9am central tomorrow.

Here is the fresh lineup of a dozen tech startups scheduled to appear that night:

Basketful: A solution to help make your brand site directly shoppable. Basketful help match your content to products offered by retailers allowing browsers to buy directly from your site.

Basin Commerce: A technology platform built to help increase the utilization of the US Waterway System for the transport of bulk materials and other heavy loads that are typically moved via rail and trucks.

ByMe: A mobile payment platform that gives businesses their own application & ability to accept mobile payments while giving customers deals and offers.

Deltpro: A platform that facilitates pre-interview candidate work style assessments for more successful hiring.

Extempore: Is a technology solution to help teachers quickly create and grade speaking assignments in minutes.

Hydra FPV: Is bringing next-generation production and streaming technology to the world of drone racing.

ProcessBolt: Empowers the enterprise supplier risk management process by replacing spreadsheets and emails with AI powered interactive questionnaires, process tracking, notifications, and risk metrics.

Thrivors: a customized mobile platform that addresses survivors and family’s needs in real-time with research-based tools.

Tinket: Is a mobile application that makes scheduling a meeting as easy as sending a text.

Travel Labs: Creates solutions to help make the business travel process smooth, seamless, and enjoyable again.

UR TURN: The Google Maps for education planning. UR TURN helps keep students on track for high school graduation and beyond.

Cytilife: (Georgia-HQ) Builds “smart campuses” using internet of things and machine learning technologies to transform the way students live, learn and thrive everyday.

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