These 5 High-Tech Startups Have Made it to MassChallenge’s Finals

MassChallenge Boston announced the top 26 startups from its four-month accelerator program this week, which included companies producing some of the most innovative solutions across industries. Now, the 26 startups will move into the final judging round, where they’ll compete for shares of $1.5M in equity-free prizes. From connecting families to high-quality nannies to helping athletes strength train, the following five companies made the cut for their disruptive technology.

  • Cadence wants to take the stress out of event management with its mobile app, which lets users build an event schedule, communicate with attendees, send real-time notifications, survey guests and more. 

  • CozyKin has tapped into the sharing economy for childcare by matching local families together and placing them with Montessori-trained nannies that they share. 

  • Puffin is on a mission to enhance the lives of people with disabilities by creating assistive tech that facilitates community inclusion and employment opportunities.

  • Voatz is on a mission to make voting safer and more convenient, letting citizens vote from their smartphones. 

  • W8X helps athletes get stronger with strength training equipment that adapts to their specific needs. 

 

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